Joe Biden Administration Approval Ratings and Hypothetical Voting Intention (17 September 2023)

September 22, 2023
R&WS Research Team
Approval Rating | Donald Trump | Joe Biden | Kamala Harris | Ron DeSantis | US Elections | US Politics | US Presidential Election 2024 | US Public Figures

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The latest research by Redfield & Wilton Strategies finds that 46% of Americans disapprove (–) and 36% approve (-2) of President Joe Biden’s overall job performance as President. His net approval rating (-10%) is two points lower than in our previous poll conducted on 3-4 September.

Vice President Kamala Harris’ net approval rating stands at -7% (+2). In our latest poll, 42% disapprove (-1) and 35% approve (+1) of Kamala Harris’ performance as Vice President.

Looking ahead to the 2024 Presidential Election, the economy (60%), healthcare (35%), and abortion (28%) are the top three issues American voters say will determine how they vote in November next year.

The economy is the most-selected 2024 Election issue for both Donald Trump 2020 (72%) and Joe Biden 2020 (53%) voters. Other important election issues for Biden voters include healthcare (41%), abortion (36%), and the environment (34%), while 39% of Trump voters select immigration, 28% select government spending, and 26% select healthcare.

Our latest hypothetical voting intention finds Donald Trump leading Joe Biden by two points nationally. After weighing by likelihood to vote, 42% say they would vote for Trump (–) and 40% of respondents say they would vote for Biden (-1) if they were candidates in 2024. A further 11% say they don’t know how they would vote (–).

Large majorities of 2020 Donald Trump voters (88%, -1) and Joe Biden voters (81%, -1) maintain that they would again vote for those respective candidates. 

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