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Donald Trump, USA | Trump will mock President Biden

NEW YORK (Netavision): President Joe Biden is struggling upwards, and a new poll now shows he’s scoring worse than President Donald Trump did at the same time during his presidency.

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Only 33 percent think Biden’s yeast is doing a good job

The poll from the Quinnipiac poll, published Wednesday, showed that only 33 percent of those surveyed think Biden is doing a good job, while as many as 53 percent don’t like the job he’s doing.

The survey is also a three percentage point decrease from the last survey in November 2021, which showed 36 and 53 percent, respectively, he writes. Newsweek.

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The survey was conducted among 1,313 American adults between 7-11. January has a margin of error of 2.7 percent.

And so the January poll shows Biden now scores worse than Trump after his first year as president in terms of the number of people who think he’s doing a good job.

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In a Quinnipiac poll conducted in January 2018, 36 percent of respondents thought Trump had done a good job while 59 percent thought he had done a bad job.

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As for Barack Obama, 45 percent thought he did a good job according to a similar survey conducted in January 2010.

More defeats for Biden

Biden is currently in many ordeals, and on Thursday the news came US Supreme Court rejects president’s demands That employees in large workplaces in the United States must either be vaccinated or tested weekly and wear a face mask at work.

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On Thursday, it also became clear that Biden is likely headed for another derailing defeat for Biden, as a key politician opposes decommissioning, NTB reports.

Senator Kirsten Senema says it goes against US President Joe Biden’s desire to remove the so-called disabling rule in order to change Senate election laws.

“While I continue to support bills, I will not support separate actions that exacerbate the underlying disease by dividing our country,” the Arizona Democrat senator said in a speech to the Senate.

This makes the process more difficult for Biden. On Thursday, the president said he was no longer sure of passing the change in election laws.

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inflation 7%

Figures on Wednesday also showed that inflation in the United States hit 7 percent in December, the highest level since 1982.

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The NTB writes that it was first and foremost housing, automobile and energy development that contributed to a 7 percent rise in prices in December compared to December last year.

The reason for the increase in inflation is that consumption increased sharply after the lockdown during the Corona pandemic. This has contributed to supply chain problems, which in turn contribute to higher prices.

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Inflation is also a headache for President Joe Biden and Democrats in Congress, who are trying to pass a large and costly package of measures for the economy.