President Biden’s approval rating has dropped 13 points among Black people and Latinos, marking a dramatic decline in support since Biden first took office.
The rating, which was conducted by FiveThirtyEight, averages Biden’s poll numbers across three years from ABC News/The Washington Post, AP-NORC, Marquette University Law School, Pew Research Center, Quinnipiac University, and YouGov.
According to the findings, only 37 percent of Latinos support Biden compared with 54 percent of Democrats overall. Similarly, 34 percent of Black people say that Biden’s policies haven’t helped.
“There’s the possibility that some voters of color could actually flip to Republicans. That’s particularly true of Latinos, a complex constituency with plenty of reasons to consider Republican candidates,” FiveThirtyEight wrote.
Overall, there has been a 13 point drop in support for Biden among Black and Latino communities. In addition, 44 percent of Black Americans say they are unhappy with the economy.
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