WASHINGTON, DC - AUGUST 04: Co-founder and Executive Director of Black Voters Matter Cliff Albright speaks during a demonstration on voting rights outside National Museum of African American History and Culture August 4, 2021 in Washington, DC. Local lawmakers from across the U.S. joined Black Voters Matter, Declaration for American Democracy, and other national organizations in a protest to urge President Joe Biden â€œto put the full weight of his office behind voting rights protectionsâ€ and demanded the U.S. Senate to delay its August recess and pass the For The People Act and the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)
Biden Is Less Popular With Black Voters After Vaccine Mandate Rollout
71% of Black voters approve of Bidenâ€™s job performance, down 5 points since the federal vaccine mandate, while the share who disapprove rose 7 points to 24%.
Bidenâ€™s net approval rating among unvaccinated Black voters has plummeted 17 points since before the rollout of the mandates.
61% of Black voters approve of Bidenâ€™s handling of coronavirus, down 9 points since the end of August.