President Obama’s approval among youth voters continues to drop, according to a recent survey. A new USA Today/Pew Research Center poll finds that his approval rating is down to 45 percent among Americans from the ages of 18 to 29, while his disapproval rating sits at 46 percent.
Millennials’ support of the Affordable Care Act is also collapsing, with just 41 percent approving of the law at this point, and more than half (54 percent) disapproving.
The results are similar to other recent polls of young voters, conducted by Quinnipiac and Harvard University’s Institute of Politics: Quinnipiac found 41 percent approved of the president, while 49 percent disapproved. The Harvard poll had the president doing even worse, at 41–54.