The number of American voters who approve of Joe Biden’s handling of the economy is rising, but concern over inflation, including rising fuel prices, could derail his re-election bid, according to a new poll, Report informs referring to the Financial Times.

The latest monthly poll conducted for the Financial Times and the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business found that 41 percent of registered voters said they approved of Biden’s handling of the economy. That is a five-point jump from a month earlier, when just 36 percent said they approved, and the highest approval rating since pollsters began asking the question in November.