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California
54%
Hawaii
53%
Maryland
52%
Vermont
51%
Massachusetts
50%
New York
50%
Connecticut
49%
Illinois
49%
Washington
49%
Rhode Island
48%
Delaware
46%
Oregon
46%
New Jersey
45%
New Mexico
44%
Virginia
44%
Alaska
43%
Colorado
43%
Georgia
43%
Minnesota
43%
New Hampshire
42%
Wisconsin
42%
Michigan
41%
Nevada
41%
Pennsylvania
41%
Arizona
40%
Maine
40%
Florida
39%
North Carolina
39%
Montana
38%
Texas
38%
Louisiana
37%
Ohio
37%
South Carolina
37%
Kansas
35%
Mississippi
35%
Indiana
34%
Missouri
34%
Tennessee
34%
Idaho
33%
Iowa
33%
South Dakota
33%
Utah
32%
Alabama
31%
Kentucky
31%
Nebraska
31%
Oklahoma
30%
Arkansas
29%
Wyoming
27%
North Dakota
25%
West Virginia
25%

Biden Approval Rating by State 2024

Biden Approval Rating by State 2024

Approval ratings are an indication of public support for a president. They are based on poll responses asking if respondents approve or disapprove of the way the person is “handling their job as president.” Combining data from multiple polls gives an idea of how people feel overall about the work the president has done.

Approval ratings are constantly changing. Because new polls are conducted often, the percentages of approval will change as well. Approval rating changes can be caused by economic shifts, domestic or foreign military actions, and legislation that the public sees as the responsibility of and reflection on the current president.

Approval ratings are looked at in terms of net approval or disapproval. This means the difference between the percentage of poll respondents approving and the percentage of those disapproving. For example, if 53% of respondents say they disapprove of the president’s handling of the job and 47% say they approve, there would be a -6% approval rating. To indicate these results, the state in this example would have a +6% disapproval.

President Joe Biden’s Approval Ratings

President Biden has, like most presidents, faced an ever-changing approval rating. His highest approval rating was 63% in mid-2021, with a low of 31% in the summer of 2022. This is a fairly normal range for presidents in the last decade.

There are currently five states that have net approval ratings of 3 to 10%. They are California, Hawaii, Delaware, New York, and Massachusetts. Nine states have an approval rating of -3 to -10%. Eleven more have approval ratings of -10 to -20%, while eighteen have approval ratings of less than -20%.

Additionally, there are six states that are split, meaning that there is less than a 3% percent difference between the number of poll respondents who approve or disapprove of President Biden’s job as president.

Below is the approval rating of each state based on polls taken in November 2022.

Biden Approval Rating by State 2024

Notes:
- Approval ratings are accurate as of late June 2023. Approval ratings change constantly and rapidly, so current ratings will likely deviate at least slightly.

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State
Approval Rating
Disapproval Rating
California54%42%
Hawaii53%44%
Maryland52%44%
Vermont51%44%
Massachusetts50%46%
New York50%47%
Connecticut49%48%
Illinois49%48%
Washington49%48%
Rhode Island48%48%
Delaware46%50%
Oregon46%51%
New Jersey45%51%
New Mexico44%52%
Virginia44%53%
Alaska43%52%
Colorado43%54%
Georgia43%54%
Minnesota43%54%
New Hampshire42%57%
Wisconsin42%55%
Michigan41%56%
Nevada41%55%
Pennsylvania41%56%
Arizona40%57%
Maine40%57%
Florida39%57%
North Carolina39%58%
Montana38%59%
Texas38%58%
Louisiana37%59%
Ohio37%60%
South Carolina37%60%
Kansas35%62%
Mississippi35%61%
Indiana34%63%
Missouri34%62%
Tennessee34%63%
Idaho33%65%
Iowa33%64%
South Dakota33%65%
Utah32%65%
Alabama31%66%
Kentucky31%66%
Nebraska31%67%
Oklahoma30%67%
Arkansas29%67%
Wyoming27%71%
North Dakota25%71%
West Virginia25%73%
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Biden Approval Rating by State 2024

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