According to a new NBC poll, Brandon’s approval has dropped to 40%, the lowest level of his presidency.
71% of Americans do not have confidence in Brandon’s ability to respond to the Russia-Ukraine conflict.
This is a left-leaning poll so the numbers are much worse than they are admitting.
Amid Europe’s largest land war since World War II, 7 in 10 Americans expressed low confidence in President Brandon’s ability to deal with Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in a new NBC News poll, and 8 in 10 voiced worry that the war will increase gas prices and possibly involve nuclear weapons.
And during the nation’s largest inflation spike in 40 years, overwhelming majorities said they believe the country is headed in the wrong direction and disapproved of the president’s handling of the economy.
Those are some of the major findings of the new national NBC News poll, which found that Brandon’s overall job approval rating had declined to 40 percent, the lowest level of his presidency. The survey also found that Republicans enjoyed a 2-point lead in answer to which party should control Congress ahead of November’s midterm elections.
Brandon’s job rating among all adults participating in the poll stands at 40 percent who approve of his performance, and 55 percent who disapprove — the lowest mark of his presidency in the NBC News poll, though the movement is within the poll’s margin of error.
In January, Brandon’s overall job rating stood at 43 percent approve, 54 percent disapprove.
More from NBC’s “Meet the Press” host Chuck Todd:
Good Sunday morning —
Latest numbers from the NBC News poll:
Confidence in Pres. Brandon on the war
A great deal/some: 28%
Some/Very little: 71%
Top priority issue:
Ending the war: 29%
Pres. Brandon job performance:
Disapprove: 55% pic.twitter.com/NqQpEh31nD
— Meet the Press (@MeetThePress) March 27, 2022