Okay, Gallup independents 37%, YouGov independents 33%, Politico/Morning consult, independents 34%, Reuters 34%. Trafalgar 27.5%. Quinnipiac and Rasmussen didn't break approval/disapproval down by party. https://news.gallup.com/interactives/185273/presidential-job-approval-center.aspxhttps://docs.cdn.yougov.com/h2rgoa7a3x/econTabReport.pdfhttps://assets.morningconsult.com/w...2110084_crosstabs_POLITICO_RVs_v1_SH.pdfhttps://www.ipsos.com/sites/default...0Approval%20Tracker%2010%2014%202021.pdfhttps://www.thetrafalgargroup.org/TRF-Biden-Approval-10-07-Poll-Report.pdf
I used Gallup's as I'm kind of fond of them showing 37% approval among independents. But you do have a range in all these polls from 27.5% up to Gallup's 37%.
As for overall average, all adults, I use RCPhttps://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/other/president-biden-job-approval-7320.html
42.3% approve/51.2% disapprove. But I was talking independents as both Republicans and Democrats have remained steady at around 92% approval give or take from democrats since inauguration day and 8% from Republicans. It's independents that are moving the needle as the numbers show. If it's GIGO, then all of them are wrong.