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President Biden participates in a meeting on Feb. 22. Biden's approval rating is up to 44%, which marks a third straight month of increases to Biden's approval rating. Drew Angerer/Getty Images hide caption

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NPR poll shows Biden's approval rating is up but there are warning signs for Democrats

The president's approval rating is up to 44%, but 7-in-10 people say the country is going in the wrong direction, and young and Black voters are among the least likely to vote this fall.

President Biden participates in a meeting on Feb. 22. Biden's approval rating is up to 44%, which marks a third straight month of increases to Biden's approval rating. Drew Angerer/Getty Images hide caption

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NPR poll shows Biden's approval rating is up but there are warning signs for Democrats

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Geena Davis attends the Emmy Awards in Sept. 2022. This month, she spoke with NPR's Morning Edition about her movie career and upcoming memoir. Robyn Beck/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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These are the life lessons Geena Davis learned from 3 of her most famous movies

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