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Joe Biden’s Approval Rating in Minnesota

imageForEntry32 WGIWith the 2024 presidential election less than a year and a half away, campaign season is heating up. In recent months, the field of Republican contenders vying for the top spot on the party’s ticket next November has grown considerably. Meanwhile, since announcing plans to seek a second term in April 2023, President Joe Biden is the presumptive Democratic nominee – and as the incumbent candidate, voters’ perception of his job performance could be a decisive factor in his bid for reelection.

When it comes to voter sentiment, Biden is facing an uphill battle. According to a nationwide Gallup poll, his job approval rating stands at 40%, only slightly higher than his lowest rating of 37% recorded in April 2023, but well below his all-time high of 57% from early 2021. Public opinion regarding the Biden administration is not uniform across the country, however, and in some states, the president is viewed far more favorably than in others.

Another poll conducted in the first quarter of 2023 by public opinion research company Morning Consult found that 43% of adults in Minnesota approve of how Biden is handling his job as president and 54% disapprove.

In the 2020 presidential election, Biden received 52.4% of the popular vote in Minnesota, his 19th best performance among states, and Donald Trump received 45.3%, the 18th smallest share for the former president.

All data on Biden’s job approval rating is from Morning Consult. Data on the 2020 presidential election results by state is from The Cook Political Report, an independent, nonpartisan, political analysis newsletter.

Rank State Adults who approve of Biden’s job as president (%) Adults who disapprove of Biden’s job as president (%) 2020 election winner Biden share of vote in 2020 (%) Trump share of vote in 2020 (%)
1 California 54 42 Biden 63.5 34.3
2 Hawaii 53 44 Biden 63.7 34.3
3 Maryland 52 44 Biden 65.4 32.2
4 Vermont 51 44 Biden 66.1 30.7
5 Massachusetts 50 46 Biden 65.6 32.1
6 New York 50 47 Biden 60.9 37.7
7 Illinois 49 48 Biden 57.5 40.6
8 Washington 49 48 Biden 58.0 38.8
9 Connecticut 49 48 Biden 59.3 39.2
10 Rhode Island 48 48 Biden 59.4 38.6
11 Delaware 46 50 Biden 58.7 39.8
12 Oregon 46 51 Biden 56.5 40.4
13 New Jersey 45 51 Biden 57.3 41.4
14 New Mexico 44 52 Biden 54.3 43.5
15 Virginia 44 53 Biden 54.1 44.0
16 Alaska 43 52 Trump 42.8 52.8
17 Georgia 43 54 Biden 49.5 49.3
18 Minnesota 43 54 Biden 52.4 45.3
19 Colorado 43 54 Biden 55.4 41.9
20 Wisconsin 42 55 Biden 49.4 48.8
21 New Hampshire 42 57 Biden 52.7 45.4
22 Nevada 41 55 Biden 50.1 47.7
23 Pennsylvania 41 56 Biden 50.0 48.8
24 Michigan 41 56 Biden 50.6 47.8
25 Arizona 40 57 Biden 49.4 49.1
26 Maine 40 57 Biden 53.1 44.0
27 Florida 39 57 Trump 47.9 51.2
28 North Carolina 39 58 Trump 48.6 49.9
29 Texas 38 58 Trump 46.5 52.1
30 Montana 38 59 Trump 40.5 56.9
31 Louisiana 37 59 Trump 39.9 58.5
32 Ohio 37 60 Trump 45.2 53.3
33 South Carolina 37 60 Trump 43.4 55.1
34 Mississippi 35 61 Trump 41.1 57.6
35 Kansas 35 62 Trump 41.6 56.2
36 Missouri 34 62 Trump 41.4 56.8
37 Tennessee 34 63 Trump 37.5 60.7
38 Indiana 34 63 Trump 41.0 57.0
39 Iowa 33 64 Trump 44.9 53.1
40 Idaho 33 65 Trump 33.1 63.9
41 South Dakota 33 65 Trump 35.6 61.8
42 Utah 32 65 Trump 37.6 58.1
43 Kentucky 31 66 Trump 36.2 62.1
44 Alabama 31 66 Trump 36.6 62.0
45 Nebraska 31 67 Trump 39.4 58.5
46 Oklahoma 30 67 Trump 32.3 65.4
47 Arkansas 29 67 Trump 34.8 62.4
48 Wyoming 27 71 Trump 26.6 69.9
49 North Dakota 25 71 Trump 31.8 65.1
50 West Virginia 25 73 Trump 29.7 68.6
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