It's true Biden approval numbers have remain steady since he first took office at around 54-55 through the first part of Many. He is very likeable and behaves like an adult, in the manner most Americans expect a president to act. That is whether or not one likes or dislikes, agrees with or disagrees with. After Trump, that is very refreshing. The question is, can it last?

Obama' approval rating remained constant also through his first the first week of May at around 55%. Bush also at 53%, Bill Clinton at 54%. So a president remaining steady for his first 100 days or so is the norm. The normal ups and downs usually don't begin until the 6-7 month time period.So going by what we see today probably will have nothing to do with the approval rating come July and August. Certainly nothing to do with Nov 2022. By Nov 2010, Obama had fallen to 43%, Bush was at 58% Nov 2002, but he had fallen from his high of 90% right after 9-11. So he really doesn't count due to the effects of 9-11. Bill Clinton had fallen to 41% while Trump was at 40%.

Trump lost 44 seats, Obama 63, Bush gained 8 and Bill Clinton lost 54. The thing is after the first 100 days, with the exception of Trump, all were around 55% approval and things were looking real good for them.

There will be some hard times for Biden to come. I do think because he is very likeable and he followed Trump, he'll be able to handle them without most Americans getting really upset at him.

It's high past time that we start electing Americans to congress and the presidency who put America first instead of their political party. For way too long we have been electing Republicans and Democrats who happen to be Americans instead of Americans who happen to be Republicans and Democrats.