Joe Biden’s approval at 40% at end of March

At the end of March, approval polling averages showed President Joe Biden (D) at 40% approval. Fifty-six percent of voters disapproved of his performance. This was one point lower than the approval rating he received at the end of February.

Throughout March, Biden’s approval rating stayed primarily at 40%. The lowest approval rating he’s received during his presidency is 38%, last seen on July 27, 2022. The highest approval rating Biden has received is 55%, last seen on May 26, 2021.

At the end of March, congressional approval was at 22% and disapproval was at 66%. The lowest approval rating the 118th Congress has received is 15%, last seen on October 20, 2023. The highest approval rating it has received was 33%, last seen on April 21, 2023.

At this time during the Trump administration, presidential approval was six points higher at 46%, and congressional approval was four points higher at 26%.

Ballotpedia’s polling index takes the average of polls conducted over the last thirty days to calculate presidential and congressional approval ratings. We average the results and show all polling results side-by-side because we believe that paints a clearer picture of public opinion than any individual poll can provide. The data is updated daily as new polling results are published.

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