In the Washington Post/ABC News poll, 54% of Americans said they approved of Biden’s choice of Harris, with 86% of Democrats approving of the pick.
In the CNN poll, 42% of Americans approve and 54% disapprove of the President. In the Washington Post/ABC News poll, his rating stands at 43% approve to 55% disapprove. The NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll finds 44% of registered voters approving of the President, with 53% disapproving, while the Fox News poll shows Trump’s rating among registered voters at 44% approve to 54% disapprove.
Several recent polls have pegged interest and enthusiasm about the presidential race at historic levels. CNN’s polling found — for the first time in CNN’s trend on this question back to 2003 — a majority of voters saying they were “extremely enthusiastic” about voting in the presidential election. The NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll found 79% rating their interest in the election as a 9 or 10 on a 10-point scale, higher than in previous cycles.
The Fox News poll found interest in the election at a new high: 62% of voters said they were “extremely interested” in the presidential election, up from 54% in June and higher than it’s been in polling back to the 2012 cycle.
The CNN Poll of Polls is an average of the six most recent non-partisan, live operator, national telephone surveys on the general election matchup between Biden and Trump among registered voters. The Poll of Polls includes results from the Washington Post-ABC News poll conducted August 12-15, the CNN poll conducted by SSRS August 12-15, the NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll conducted August 9-12, the Fox News poll conducted August 9-12, the Monmouth University poll conducted August 6-10 and the NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll conducted August 3-11. The Poll of Polls does not have a margin of sampling error.