President Joe Biden’s overall job-approval rating dipped below 50% for the first time since he took office, according to a poll released Monday from NBC News.

The dip coincides with how Americans view his handling of the coronavirus pandemic, the economy, and the situation in Afghanistan. According to the poll, only 25% of Americans approve of his handling of the situation in Afghanistan.

The poll found that fewer Americans approve of Biden’s handling of the coronavirus (53%) and the economy (47%) now than they did last spring, which were 69% and 52%, respectively.

Moments after the NBC News poll was released, the Democratic Coalition took to Twitter with the hashtag #RespectBiden in support of the administration's decision to pull troops out of a 20-year war.

“If you agree that President Biden is doing the toughest thing there is in Afghanistan, and he hasn't lost a single American soldier's life in the process, then reply with this hashtag: #Respect Biden,” the post reads.

As of late Monday afternoon, the hashtag is trending at #2 in the U.S. and #9 worldwide on Twitter.

Biden’s support on Twitter was also met with a rising hashtag #BidenIsADisgrace, which is now trending on Twitter’s political figures.

The dueling hashtags may provide some context into the political divide.

Eighty-eight percent of Democrats approve of Biden’s overall job performance, while 88% of Republicans disapprove. Meanwhile, independents are split down the middle: 46% approve while 46% disapprove.

Biden's numbers are mostly typical for first-term presidents at this point of their term. As late as mid July, polls had shown Biden with as high as 58% approval ratings.

Biden's numbers are also better than Donald Trump's highest approval ratings throughout his four-year term.