US President Joe Biden's approval rating dipped to an all-time low of 36%, according to a poll released Thursday.
The finding is on par with last month's Quinnipiac University poll, dropping one point since October. Disapproval similarly rose one point to 53%.
Biden is facing his lowest approval ratings on record for his handling of the coronavirus pandemic, climate change, the economy and foreign policy, according to the poll.
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Respondents were split 47% to 47% on whether the president cares about average Americans, but a majority, 51%, said he was not honest and 57% said he does not have good leadership skills.
Still, 57% approve of Biden's $1 trillion infrastructure package that he signed into law this week, and 58% approve of his $2 trillion social spending package that is stalled in Congress.
Biden is facing strong headwinds on the economy with 61% of people saying it is getting worse, compared to just 16% who say it is getting better. That comes as Americans face higher prices at the gas pump and annual inflation hovers around 6%.