The majority of likely Iowa voters say they don't approve of President Biden's job performance over the last six months, according to the latest Des Moines Register/Mediacom Iowa Poll.
By the numbers: 43% of Iowans polled said they approved of his job performance, while 52% said they disapproved.
- The majority of Democrats said they approved of Biden's job, at 89%. Independents were at 43%, while Republicans were only at 6%.
Yes, but: The majority of Iowans (53%) approve of how he's handled the pandemic
- Though David Andringa, a 67-year-old independent who was polled, said he felt Biden got credit for vaccine distribution that he didn't deserve, the Register reports.
Between the lines: In March, Iowans narrowly approved of Biden's performance as president (47%), while 44% disapproved.
- Since then, his approval rating among Iowans has gone down, getting low marks on his handling of immigration, criminal justice and the economy.
Of note: The poll of 807 Iowa adults was conducted June 13-16 by Selzer & Co. The margin of error is +- 3.5 percentage points.
Go deeper: Read the full poll here.
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