Vice President Kamala Harris hasn’t improved her standing with voters, more that half of whom have a negative opinion of her and don’t think she’s ready to take over if President Joe Biden leaves office
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With the Senate now considering the legislation to fund President Joe Biden’s “Build Back Better” agenda, most voters oppose the controversial bill.
In the aftermath of the chaotic Afghanistan withdrawal, voter appraisal of President Joe Biden’s leadership has shifted sharply and a majority now view him as a weaker leader than his predecessors.
A majority of Americans agree the U.S. economy has gotten worse since President Joe Biden was inaugurated, but they are divided when it comes to placing blame for the decline.
Voters increasingly doubt that President Joe Biden is capable of performing the duties of his office, and a majority of voters believe others are running the show behind the scenes.
Problems with America’s supply chain have put Pete Buttigieg in the national spotlight, and voters are divided about the Transportation Secretary taking paternity leave during the crisis.
The U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan was so badly handled that President Joe Biden should resign because of it, according to a majority of voters. However, most don’t think Vice President Kamala Harris is qualified to replace Biden if he leaves office.
A majority of voters don’t think President Joe Biden is mentally and physically capable of doing his job, and suspect the White House is actually being run by others.
Most voters believe it’s likely that President Joe Biden won’t finish out his term of office, and don’t think Vice President Kamala Harris is ready to step up to replace him.
Voters don’t think most politicians keep their campaign promises, and less than a third believe President Joe Biden is doing better than previous presidents in keeping his promises.
In the wake of Kamala Harris’s visit to the U.S.-Mexico border, most voters have a negative view of how the vice president is dealing with the immigration crisis.
While support from black voters was crucial to President Joe Biden’s election, most voters – including most black voters – don’t believe the new president has improved race relations or made life better for young black people.
President Joe Biden’s $2 trillion infrastructure plan has support from a majority of voters, but an even larger majority want Biden and Democrats to compromise with congressional Republicans infrastructure spending.
Most voters view domestic terrorism as a greater danger to America than foreign threats, and don’t have much confidence that President Biden can cope with the threat.
Friday will mark President Joe Biden’s 100th day in office, but most voters don’t give him high marks at this milestone of his presidency, and many still doubt that Biden won last year’s election fairly.
Most voters have an unfavorable impression of Vice President Kamala Harris, and GOP voters in particular doubt she is qualified to become president.
Many of his policies have stirred controversy, but when it comes to how Joe Biden has handled the coronavirus pandemic, most voters approve of the job the new president is doing.
Voters are evenly divided about President Joe Biden’s ability to perform the duties of his office, and nearly half believe others are really in charge at the White House.
More than six weeks since his inauguration, President Biden still hasn’t held his first White House press conference, and half of voters are worried about his ability to do the job.
When Donald Trump was President, there wasn’t much doubt who was running the show in Washington. Now that Joe Biden is in the White House, however, attitudes have changed.