President Biden’s approval rating lower than any other president in recent history

Disclose.TV and The Hill reported: According to a recent poll by Gallup, President Biden’s approval rating average is lower than any other president in recent history at the same point in their time in the White House.

Per the poll, Biden's numbers are as follows:

The president averaged 38.7% job approval in his 13th quarter in office, which ran from January 20 to April 19.

In the same quarter, President Trump had a 46.8% approval rating average. For further comparison, Obama’s was 45.9% and George W. Bush’s was 51%, according to Gallup's findings.

Furthermore, the second-lowest to Biden’s in that time was George H.W. Bush, who had a 41.8%.

Gallup’s latest poll to add to the average, which was conducted in April, found Biden’s approval rating at 38%. In March, Gallup’s poll found him with a 40% approval, and in February, 38%.

Gallup writer Jeffrey Jones noted, "None of the other nine presidents elected to their first term since Dwight Eisenhower (1956) had a lower 13th-quarter average than Biden."

The signficance in the numbers lies in the fact that both liberal and conservative outlets alike are reporting the findings. It would appear that both members of the political aisle are unhappy with the current administration, a positive sign for Trump supporters and revolutionary hopefuls.