The former president is putting his thumb on the scale in federal races across the country, having endorsed roughly 50 candidates.
Some Americans, 16 percent, said things would be about the same even if the 2020 election results had been different.
Eyes will be on the two moderate Democrats, who have opposed some of Biden's key legislative priorities and will be needed to confirm his Supreme Court nominee.
As Trump teases a 2024 run for the White House, in the meantime he's issued dozens of endorsements in federal races ahead of November's midterm elections.
The survey found 46 percent of voters would support a generic Republican candidate compared with 37 percent who would back Biden for a second term.
Steven Pifer, a former ambassador to Ukraine, told Newsweek it's a "mystery" why the position has yet to be filled.
Ukraine's defense minister told residents not to worry and said there's "no need to have your bags packed."
The new Gallup survey found that 37 percent of U.S. adults rate Biden as a strong and decisive leader.
The U.S. Embassy in Kiev has already ordered diplomats' family members out of the country.
Overall, less than a quarter of small businesses think the economy is in a good or excellent state, the survey reported.
"Miss voting? Try happy hour!" comedian Lisa Curry tweeted.
Democrats attempted to change the filibuster in order to pass voting rights legislation in the Senate this week.
Democrats' approval of the legislative body fell 10 points in just one month as Build Back Better and voting rights stalled in the Senate.
Republican strategists told Newsweek the Republican Party need to focus on pocketbook issues in the upcoming elections.
The two moderate Senate Democrats joined Republicans in striking down an attempt to change the filibuster to pass voting rights legislation.
"He absolutely is not predicting that the 2022 elections would be illegitimate," the White House press secretary said after the president declined to say the elections would be fair without voting rights reform.
"Think about this, what are Republicans for? What are they for?" Biden said during his first press conference of 2022.
Experts said President Joe Biden and the Democrats are going to have to seriously start considering a "Plan B" on voting rights legislation.
Roughly half of voters also gave Biden a failing grade on foreign relations, COVID-19 and the economy.
Abbott's campaign said he raised nearly $19 million in the last six months of 2021 and has $65 million in cash on hand.
Democrats and Republicans have introduced bills to prohibit lawmakers and their spouses from trading stocks.
The GOP made significant strides in elections last year, including sweeping the top offices in Virginia.
U.S. District Judge Denise Cote also ordered Friday that "Pharma Bro" Shkreli pay a $64.4 million fine.
"Bills cost more, we already know the price of food is higher," one parent said. "It's just a time that we need the child tax credit more than ever."
The nation's supply chain problems have been exacerbated by a shortage of more than 80,000 truck drivers.
The Department of Justice Thursday charged eleven members of the far-right group with seditious conspiracy.
The Arizona Democrat asserted the filibuster helps protect the nation from "wild reversals" in federal policy.
Members of the scientific community said they "deplore the personal attacks on Dr. Fauci."
Biden said just last week that he believes "the power of the presidency and the purpose is to unite this nation."
"If politicians are selling this narrative that everything's normal in schools, it's not. It's just not," the president of the Columbus Education Association told Newsweek.