WAPO poll: Approval of Biden’s handling of COVID-19 drops by 10 percent
UPDATED 8:25 PM PT – Sunday, September 5, 2021
Joe Biden’s approval ratings have continued to decline, with the latest drop of public support for his handling of COVID-19. A new poll by the Washington Post and ABC News found only 52 percent of respondents approved of Biden’s handling of COVID-19, which has dropped from a purported 62 percent in late June.
Critics said polls by the Washington Post tended to use skewed samples to make public support for left-wing causes greater than it was realistically. However, the poll admitted Biden’s latest failures in Afghanistan have contributed to the erosion of public support for his actions on other matters as well.
Thirty percent of respondents expressed approval of the Biden administration’s approach to the Afghanistan withdrawal. 60 percent said they disapproved.
Over 10 million current job openings.
728,000 new jobs were projected for August.
Just 235,000 jobs were added.
Don’t blame the Delta variant — blame Joe Biden.
— Lance Gooden (@Lancegooden) September 3, 2021
Meanwhile, The delta strain continues to spread across the U.S. as it has become the most dominant variant.