Since assuming office, President Joe Biden’s popularity has been on a continuous decline.
His White House has been beset by catastrophe after catastrophe, including Covid 19, the price of gasoline at the pump, the situation at the border, mass murders, rallies, and inflation.
The Biden administration has hurried to confront soaring gas costs and inflation that has reached a 40-year high and shows no signs of abating.
Biden’s own party members have questioned the White House’s approach to the economic issues, claiming he is too inactive.
Rep. Ro Khanna, D-Calif., said in an opinion piece for the New York Times in early June, “I support the president’s efforts, but we need a bolder vision and faster action.”
“To meet the moment, Mr. Biden should convene an emergency task force empowered to lower prices and address shortages. We need an all-out mobilization, not just a few ad hoc initiatives reacting to headlines,” he continued.
However, it appears that Joe Biden is not the only one who is unpopular.
A number of voters have lost interest in Democrats.
For example, Vice-President Kamala Harris is the first woman to occupy that position, and one could suppose that such a distinction would inspire a great and widespread reputation.
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Not so much.
In January, BBC looked at Harris’ journey in the office with an article titled, “Where did it go wrong for her?”
According to Cliff Young, president of US Public Affairs at the polling firm Ipsos, the forces pulling Ms Harris down are the same as those plaguing her boss – the Covid pandemic and the economy. If Mr. Biden’s approval rebounds because Americans feel like those problems are being addressed, Mr Young said, her popularity will improve as well, BBC wrote. CONTINUE READING…