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Biden’s Secret Plan To Hurt Trump Working?

On Monday, President Biden achieved his highest approval rating since November, reaching 43 percent according to a recent survey. This marks an improvement of 4 percentage points from a previous poll conducted in March by the Financial Times and the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business.

The same poll also indicates a slight uptick in approval of Biden’s economic policies, with 41 percent of registered voters expressing satisfaction, up by 5 points from March.

When voters were asked to compare President Biden with former President Trump regarding economic leadership, 41 percent favored Trump, while 35 percent preferred Biden. Additionally, 16 percent of those surveyed expressed distrust in both on economic issues.

Historically, President Biden’s approval ratings have struggled to surpass 40 percent in recent months. For instance, an ABC News/Ipsos poll in January recorded a 33 percent approval, and a Gallup survey in February noted a decline to 38 percent. However, in November, a Harvard CAPS-Harris Poll survey gave him a 45 percent approval rating, which was among his higher scores during this period. This peak was attributed to positive perceptions of his economic management, with 44 percent of respondents approving of his performance in this domain at that time.

The latest poll was conducted from April 4 to 8 and involved 1,010 registered voters. It carries a margin of error of plus or minus 3.1 percentage points.

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