Joe Biden Issue Area Job Approval (June 2022)

Joe Biden Issue Area Job Approval (June 2022)

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COVID-1941%
Foreign policy34%
Climate change30%
Crime & public safety28%
Immigration & border security27%
Gun violence27%
The economy26%
Abortion access25%
Inflation & prices20%

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CategoryDemocratIndependentRepublican
COVID-1980%30%12%
Foreign policy69%19%9%
Climate change61%18%8%
Crime & public safety56%15%9%
Immigration & border security56%13%7%
Gun violence54%15%8%
The economy55%12%8%
Abortion access48%14%8%
Inflation & prices42%6%5%

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CategoryLean DemocratNot very strong DemocratStrong Democrat
COVID-1973%67%88%
Foreign policy67%52%78%
Climate change51%51%70%
Crime & public safety44%42%68%
Immigration & border security49%43%67%
Gun violence39%40%66%
The economy45%44%65%
Abortion access39%31%61%
Inflation & prices31%25%55%

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CategoryLean RepublicanNot very strong RepublicanStrong Republican
COVID-1911%22%9%
Foreign policy9%12%7%
Climate change7%10%8%
Crime & public safety8%8%10%
Immigration & border security7%16%4%
Gun violence9%13%5%
The economy7%6%8%
Abortion access8%12%5%
Inflation & prices7%5%4%

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CategoryLiberalsModeratesConservatives
COVID-1978%46%16%
Foreign policy67%36%12%
Climate change56%39%10%
Crime & public safety52%33%10%
Immigration & border security54%28%10%
Gun violence51%32%10%
The economy50%30%9%
Abortion access49%25%9%
Inflation & prices39%20%8%

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CategoryLean liberalSomewhat liberalExtremely liberal
COVID-1972%79%81%
Foreign policy56%67%72%
Climate change48%55%62%
Crime & public safety42%57%56%
Immigration & border security46%54%57%
Gun violence41%60%50%
The economy37%53%57%
Abortion access35%52%55%
Inflation & prices29%40%45%

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CategoryLean conservativeSomewhat conservativeExtremely conservative
COVID-1927%13%11%
Foreign policy18%8%11%
Climate change14%7%10%
Crime & public safety17%4%11%
Immigration & border security14%9%8%
Gun violence15%8%7%
The economy15%8%7%
Abortion access15%6%8%
Inflation & prices15%3%6%

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CategoryWhiteBlackHispanic
COVID-1936%62%43%
Foreign policy28%49%36%
Climate change25%46%32%
Crime & public safety21%45%33%
Immigration & border security22%50%26%
Gun violence23%44%28%
The economy22%43%29%
Abortion access21%42%22%
Inflation & prices17%32%21%

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CategoryMaleFemale
COVID-1941%41%
Foreign policy37%30%
Climate change33%29%
Crime & public safety29%27%
Immigration & border security27%26%
Gun violence28%26%
The economy29%25%
Abortion access26%23%
Inflation & prices21%19%

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CategoryUrbanSuburbanRural
COVID-1948%44%24%
Foreign policy41%35%19%
Climate change38%30%20%
Crime & public safety36%28%17%
Immigration & border security33%29%14%
Gun violence34%27%16%
The economy34%27%15%
Abortion access28%26%14%
Inflation & prices25%20%12%

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Category18-2930-4445-6465+
COVID-1938%42%38%47%
Foreign policy29%33%31%41%
Climate change26%32%28%35%
Crime & public safety29%26%28%32%
Immigration & border security27%27%24%31%
Gun violence22%29%24%33%
The economy25%26%24%33%
Abortion access25%26%21%27%
Inflation & prices11%18%20%27%

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CategoryNo HSHigh school graduateSome college2-year4-yearPost-grad
COVID-1921%40%39%40%46%46%
Foreign policy12%30%30%33%39%38%
Climate change10%30%24%32%35%31%
Crime & public safety14%28%23%31%31%31%
Immigration & border security17%22%26%26%30%32%
Gun violence21%27%23%26%28%35%
The economy18%22%27%22%30%32%
Abortion access22%20%24%26%28%27%
Inflation & prices3%18%16%18%25%25%

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CategoryExtremely importantSomewhat importantNot very importantNot at all important
COVID-1930%41%47%60%
Foreign policy24%32%38%52%
Climate change23%30%33%43%
Crime & public safety23%30%26%36%
Immigration & border security21%30%31%33%
Gun violence20%28%34%35%
The economy21%30%29%33%
Abortion access16%26%31%34%
Inflation & prices15%24%21%22%

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CategoryThe Bible is the actual word of God and is to be taken literally, word for word.The Bible is the word of God but not everything in it should be taken literally, word for word.The Bible is a book written by men and is not the word of God.Don't know.
COVID-1930%37%63%23%
Foreign policy25%28%55%13%
Climate change25%25%48%15%
Crime & public safety28%25%38%13%
Immigration & border security23%24%40%8%
Gun violence22%23%41%18%
The economy24%23%39%11%
Abortion access19%18%42%10%
Inflation & prices17%18%27%10%

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