Despite an "incredibly partisan" split among Americans, a 57 percent majority said they believe President Joe Biden is on the right track in his approach to foreign policy.
Fewer than half of Americans say they are even somewhat concerned they or a family member could be infected with the virus, the new poll shows.
Meanwhile, 90 percent of Democrats and 61 percent of independent voters approve of the job the president is doing.
The president's approval rating has reportedly climbed 8 points since Inauguration Day.
The president is under continued scrutiny over the situation at the border, coinciding with a dip in public opinion on how he is fulfilling his role.
The president has faced scrutiny from across the political spectrum over issues at the border, but there has still been an uptick in his approval rating.
The increase in Biden's approval rating across the three polls comes shortly after he signed his $1.9 trillion American Rescue Package and cleared the 100 million vaccine goal more than a month before his 100th day in office.
Economic Impact Payments have been sent to 90 million Americans, after the American Rescue Plan was signed.
The president has continually called for unity across the nation, but polling continues to show splits.
The president is facing scrutiny from across the political spectrum over the situation at the southern border.
The president has persisted in his call for unity, though polling indicates doubts over him being able to achieve this goal.
The new president's average approval rating is about 53.4 percent halfway through his first 100 days.
The president faces challenges at the southern border, which have prompted questions and criticism from across the political spectrum.
The decline follows his decision to head for Cancun, Mexico, while millions of Texans were without power and water during severe winter weather conditions.
The Harvard CAPS-Harris Poll also showed a double-digit decline in the number of Americans who believe the country is headed in the wrong direction.
The former president took aim at his successor in his Conservative Political Action Committee (CPAC) speech on Sunday.
The Texas senator's approval rating among Republicans sits at 53 percent, a 23-point decrease from his rating in January.
Stances on relief have shown a partisan split between lawmakers and America's views of Congress are similarly divided.
Thirty days into his presidency, Biden has the support of more than half of Americans, though his approval tends to fall heavily along party lines.
The president has spoken of a desire to unite the nation, though polling continues to show a clear partisan split.
Along political party lines, Biden's approval rating remains divided, with 91 percent of Democrats saying they approve of his job in office compared with 78 percent of Republicans that said the opposite.
Republicans have taken issue with his presidential actions thus far, suggesting they run counter to his calls for unity.
The president faces the task of squeezing his agenda through the Senate, with the 50/50 split potentially proving an issue.
The outgoing president now faces majority disapproval, according to polls, having initially seen those asked to rate him more divided.
As of Monday, 51 percent of those who participated in the Rasmussen poll gave President Donald Trump a positive approval rating.
Trump voters who rank the president's post-election as poor have doubled since November.
The president has continued to push against Joe Biden's victory, although his avenues to overturn the outcome have narrowed.
Only George H.W. Bush, Jimmy Carter and Lyndon B. Johnson had lower approval ratings on their 1,425th day in office.
Trump's favorability rating record was 49 percent, according to Gallup. Biden's now stands at 55 percent.