What democracies need to succeed is "leaders who endeavor to bring out the best in us," Hillary Clinton said in a new interview.
Biden scored an approval rating of 40.7 percent today, May 20, 2022, while Trump scored 42.4 percent on the same day in 2018.
The president enjoys just 26 percent approval among Hispanics as his popularity has declined in recent weeks.
Biden continues to say that Russia's president is a key factor in the nation's soaring inflation rate.
Although Republicans overall look to be favored to take back power, recent polls show mixed results.
Despite Democratic animosity, Republican approval of Manchin has skyrocketed during Biden's presidency.
Biden's approval rating has been stuck in the low 40s for the past six months, according to Gallup.
Only 41.1 percent of Americans think the president is doing a good job in office. The majority are concerned about the economic challenges facing the country.
A poll from Monmouth University found 39 percent of Americans approve of Biden's performance as commander-in-chief.
Trump has yet to rule out a 2024 comeback, but his 2016 rival told voters not to expect her name on the presidential ticket.
President Joe Biden is struggling to win voters over and is facing a litany of challenges as he takes the stage for his first State of the Union address.
Biden has been criticized by Republicans over the timing and scope of sanctions against Russia.
Just like the president, Donald Trump and Gerald Ford also had low approval ratings going into their first speech.
Forty-five percent said the party should renominate the president, while 51 percent said they would prefer an alternative.
Pennsylvania's Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman and Attorney General Josh Shapiro cited scheduling conflicts ahead of Biden's visit to the state.
While the president's approval in the state was at about 51 percent in May according to a May survey, it has now dropped to about 34 percent in a new poll.
President Biden concludes his first year in office with the second-lowest approval rating of any President's freshman year at the White House.
"She's doing a great job," said the president during his Wednesday address.
The president entered the new year with a low approval rating, as he struggles to pass the $1.75 trillion Build Back Better Act.
Most Americans approved of the president until late August, when a political see-change saw a majority disapproving for the first time.
President Joe Biden's approval rating has dropped 14 points since he entered the White House in January.
The president's approval rating has dropped 14 percent to 43 percent since he entered office.
Biden's first year in office has been beset by economic problems and a raging pandemic, which could significantly hurt Democrats in the 2022 midterms.
In July, Biden related America's fight with COVID-19 to its fight for independence and like 1776, positive turns in the pandemic have been followed by setbacks.
Independent voters were crucial to President Joe Biden's election win in 2020 as they favored him over former president Donald Trump by 13 points.
The COVID-19 strain has put the world on high alert, and its ramifications could spell bad news for the president.
The Morning Consult survey found 45 percent of registered voters approved of Biden's job performance, while 52 percent disapproved.
In a statement released on Thursday, the former president described the holiday season as "a very interesting time in our Country."
Biden is facing a series of poor polls combined with high prices for essentials including food and fuel.
"She and I are part of a team that is disciplined and doesn't focus on what's obsessing the commentators," Biden's transportation secretary said.