The Washington Post reports:
Overall, 52 percent of adults say they approve of the job Biden is doing, compared with 42 percent who disapprove. At this point in his presidency four years ago, Trump’s rating was nearly the reverse, with approval at 42 percent and disapproval at 53 percent. Overall, 34 percent of Americans say they strongly approve of Biden’s performance, compared with 35 percent who strongly disapprove.
Biden receives the highest marks for his handling of the coronavirus pandemic, with 64 percent of adults — including 33 percent of Republicans — giving him positive ratings. His approval rating for his handling of the economy stands at 52 percent. But 53 percent say they disapprove of the way he has dealt with the immigration situation at the U.S.-Mexico border, a problem that has vexed his administration for much of its first months.
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Americans give Biden mostly positive marks for first 100 days, Post-ABC poll finds https://t.co/wKSWmZNeEc
— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) April 25, 2021
Intense partisanship is holding Joe Biden to a tepid job approval rating — the third-lowest for any president at 100 days in office since Harry Truman. https://t.co/Jag0cayNCT
— World News Tonight (@ABCWorldNews) April 25, 2021
Biden approval at 52% – 10 points higher than Trump at 100 days but still third lowest that far into a modern presidency
— Rick Klein (@rickklein) April 25, 2021