President Joe Biden speaks with members of the press before boarding Air Force One, Tuesday, April 11, 2023, at Andrews Air Force Base, Md.InternationalIndiaAfricaBiden’s rating is close to the lowest point it has ever been since the start of his presidency. Nevertheless, the commander-in-chief has yet to give a definite answer as to whether he plans to run for reelection in the 2024 election cycle.US President Joe Biden’s public approval rating fell to a shocking 39% in the month of April, marking just one of his lowest points in the polls during his presidency.The poll, which ended April 16 and has a margin of error of 3 percentage points, showed a decline from last month, when 42% of respondents indicated they approved the president’s performance. The decline in April’s rating has since been attributed to the US’ ongoing economic problems.The survey included responses from 1,029 US adults from a nationally representative sample and demonstrated the following results:20% of respondents stated they viewed the economy as the most problematic factor10% of interviewees mentioned issues regarding crime rates as US’ main problemthe same 10% was given to environmental pollution68% of respondents also noted their dislike of the FDA withdrawal of abortion pill mifepristoneAmericas2024 Election, Charges & Nord Stream Sabotage: Trump Tells All in First Interview Since Indictment 12 April, 02:40 GMTBiden’s popularity reached its absolute lowest point at 36% in mid-2022. However, despite such ratings, Biden has continued to all but confirm a 2024 bid.
"I plan on at least three or four more Easter egg rolls. Maybe five. Maybe six, what the h*ll? I don’t know," Biden told US media figure Al Roker during the annual White House Easter egg roll, adding: "I plan on running, Al, but we’re not prepared to announce it yet."
Should Biden get around to officially tossing his name into the 2024 presidential ring, he will face competition from Marianne Williamson and Robert Kennedy, Jr.