The approval of Donald Trump reached its lowest level since the launch of his 2024 presidential campaign a month ago, according to a Quinnipiac University poll.
Only 31% of registered voters had a favourable view on this campaign, which is the lowest level he ever received since July 2015. Meanwhile, 59% of the surveyed voters were unfavourable of his run.
WIthin the Republicans, 70% of the votes are still favouring Trump with 20% against him, which is the lowest vote from his party since March 2016.
“Former President Trump’s post presidential announcement numbers are heading in the wrong direction,” the Polling Analyst Tim Malloy said in a press release.
“You would have to go back at least six years to find less support for him from Republican, independent and American voters as a whole.” he added.
On the other hand, approvals for President Joe Biden have improved to the highest level since September 2021 with 43% of respondents being satisfied with his work, even though disapprovals are higher at 49%. Still, this marks an improvement for the president after the poll last month that showed only 36% of approval and 55% of disapproval.
Biden, who topped Trump in the 2022 presidential run, has not yet announced whether he will be a candidate again in 2024. The majority of registered respondents said that they would not like to see Biden and Trump as the 2024 presidential nominee.