10. Joe Biden
The 46th and current president of the United States, Joe Biden, has seen his popularity rebound a little after taking a bit of a nose dive in the last year or so. With a few legislative successes in recent weeks, the Biden administration is hoping the number will slowly creep back up. With Biden consistently saying that he intends to run for a second term, he will need
his job approval ratings to be much higher than the less than impressive 38 percent it currently stands at.
With Biden salvaging his domestic policy agenda, fuel prices going down, good news on inflation, and an economy that looks to be bouncing back, his chances of serving a second term have been given a real shot in the arm. However, two significant dates on the horizon, the midterms on November 8 and the president’s 80th birthday on November 20, should give us a better idea of whether he will achieve the 2020 Democratic Party presidential nomination or even bother to seek it at all.
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