39 per cent said former President Donald Trump was too old to be president
Among voters aged between 18 and 34, 70 per cent disapprove of Biden’s handling of the war, with many rejecting the president’s support for Israel and his refusal to call for a ceasefire.
Across the board, approval for Biden’s foreign policy has fallen from a high of 42 per cent in September last year to barely 33 per cent today.
His overall approval ratings have fallen, with 57 per cent of Americans saying they disapprove of the job he is doing, less than a year before they decide who occupies the White House for the next four years.
In total, 71 per cent of voters, including 54 per cent of Democrats, felt Biden was “too old” to be president. Thirty-nine per cent said the same about former Republican President Donald Trump.
It comes as the President was taking part in the annual pardoning of a turkey ahead of Thanksgiving on Thursday.
During the ceremony, President Biden also made a gaffe where he mixed up pop singers Britney Spears and Taylor Swift.
As he pardoned the turkeys, named Liberty and Belle, he that they had made it past thousands of others from across America.
He said: "You could say it’s harder than getting a ticket to … Britney’s tour."