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Joe Biden’s approval rating is more than 50 percent after nearly 100 days in office

In the picture, Joe Biden, President of the United States. EFE / Le Vocal / Archive

53% of Americans believe President Joe Biden is doing his job well, especially in the fight against COVID-19But its weak point is border security and immigration, according to a poll released this Sunday.

59% of those surveyed for the chain NBC It denies operations on the border with Mexico and the handling of immigration by the Biden administration, which took office on January 20 and will remain in power for 100 days on April 29.

Only 33% agree with former President Donald Trump, not only with immigrants entering the United States, but also with Biden’s administration in that important area where he left his identity with a heavier policy. With asylum seekers without documents.

However, compared to Trump, Biden has a high approval rating of -53% and 40% in his first 100 days – and the lowest denial at -39% and 54%.

Barack Obama, a Democrat and Biden, as well as both Republicans and Trump lead George W. Bush with 61% and 57% approval.Respectively, in their first hundred days.

As recalled ABC News, Which is the third lowest estimate of the current president after Harry Truman. Since then, Gerald Ford – 48 percent in 1978 – and Donald Trump – 47 percent in 2017 – have received the lowest approval rating.

File photo: Sapuang Li Dinh, 50, receives a corona virus (COVID-19) vaccine on April 12, 2021 in Los Angeles, California, USA.  REUTERS / Lucy Nicholson
File photo: Sapuang Li Dinh, 50, receives a corona virus (COVID-19) vaccine on April 12, 2021 in Los Angeles, California, USA. REUTERS / Lucy Nicholson

Jeff Harvid, a Democratic pollster at Heart Research Associates, said the study results did not determine “whether 100 days is a part of the honeymoon or a long time for Biden-Harris management.”

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What we do know is that Joe Biden’s presidency is approaching.“, He added.

Harvid conducted the referendum with public opinion poll strategist Bill McKinderb.

The highest rating for Python is epidemic management (69% approval), Followed by the economy (52%) and efforts to unite the country (52%).

Less than 50% of the survey approved racial relations (49%), tax and spending / 44%), China (35%) and the arms issue (34%), border and immigration issues (33%).

In the first 100 days we change presidents, but not change the countryVoter McKindorf said the poll did not suggest “profound changes in the direction of the nation and its politics”.

In fact, 56% argue that the course is definitely right, compared to 36% that it is definitely going in the wrong direction.

New York Health Department officials are turning the data of people waiting to be vaccinated against Covit-19 into a mobile unit for immunization and storing it in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, New York (USA).  EFE / George Fundelsas / Archive
New York Health Department officials are turning the data of people waiting to be vaccinated against Covit-19 into a mobile unit for immunization and storing it in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, New York (USA). EFE / George Fundelsas / Archive

The biggest consensus issue is the division of the country. 82% believe they are divided, while only 16% believe they are united.

Uniting the country for one in four Americans (25%) is the most important issue at the moment, surpassing only 30% of respondents who reported Govt-19.

Border Security and Immigration ranks fifth with 22%, behind ethnic relations and the economy, It ranks “first” with 47% references to Republicans.

Biden has a 50% positive image compared to Trump’s 32%, while the negative images are 36% and 55%, respectively.

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The study was conducted on April 17-20 in about 1,000 adults and has a margin of error of plus / minus 3.1 percentage points.

With information from EFE

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