Even CNN's far-left readership can't find anything positive about Biden's presidency, according to a recent survey.
The public's perception of the nation's condition and economy is the worst since 2009 and 2011, respectively. 7 in 10 respondents thought Biden hadn't addressed the nation's most serious issues.
Biden's approval rating is 38%; 62% disapprove. His economic and inflation ratings are both 30%. Both are the lowest for any president.
75% said inflation and cost of living was their family's biggest economic hardship. Last summer, it was 43%.
Biden's popularity rating among Democrats has declined 13% from May to 73%. Only 62% of Democrats agree with Biden's economy and inflation policies. He's losing his party's trust.
Biden's support among minorities is waning. 46% approve of Biden's performance. Black adults have dropped 6% and Hispanic adults have dropped 9% since the spring. Black Americans approve of his management of the economy 47% and inflation 34%.
Just 12% of respondents highly approve of how Biden is managing the presidency, while 43% strongly disagree.
82% thought the economy is poor. 41% called the economy "extremely poor." 64% of Americans feel the economy is in a recession. That's 18% more than before the 2008 housing meltdown and recession. 56% of Democrats, 63% of independents, and 76% of Republicans believed the country is in a recession.
57% of Democrats feel he has the appropriate goals, while 35% of persons of color agree. Only 23% of those under 35 feel Biden is focused.
SSRS polled 1,459 adults between June 13 and July 13 for CNN. CNN's third similar survey.
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