According to a recent poll, not even CNN's far-left readers can find anything admirable about Biden's presidency.
The public's opinion of the country's state and its economic situation is at its lowest point since 2009 and 2011, respectively. 7 out of 10 respondents felt that Biden has not addressed the most pressing problems facing the country.
38 percent of people favor of Biden, while 62 percent dislike. His scores for the economy and inflation are both 30%. Both rank last among presidents.
75% of respondents cited rising prices and inflation as their family's top financial challenge. It was 43 percent last summer.
Democratic voters now view Biden with a 73 percent approval rating, down 13% from May. Democrats only support 62 percent of Biden's economic and inflationary policies. He's losing the support of his group.
Biden's support among minorities is waning. 46 percent of voters think Biden is doing a good job. Since the spring, the number of Black and Hispanic adults has decreased by 6% and 9%, respectively. 47% and 34%, respectively, of Black Americans agree with his management of the economy and inflation.
Only 12% of respondents strongly think that Biden is handling the presidency well, while 43% strongly disagree.
82% of respondents believed the economy is weak. The economy was deemed "very poor" by 41% of respondents. Americans believe the economy is in a recession in 64 percent of cases. This is 18% greater than it was prior to the crisis and housing crash of 2008. Republicans, 76 percent, 63 percent of independents, and 56 percent of Democrats said the nation was in a recession.
35 percent of people of color and 57 percent of Democrats concur that he has the right objectives. Only 23% of people under 35 believe that Biden is focused.
For CNN's third such study, conducted between June 13 and July 13, SSRS surveyed 1,459 adults.
The preceding is a summary of an article that originally appeared on GatewayPundit.