Biden will address the nation on Tuesday night with a landslide vote.
Thirty-seven percent of American adults agree with the way he handles his work, while 55 percent refuse. Washington Post-ABC News poll. These are the worst scores he has received in a post-poll poll since taking office.
Biden receives negative scores on several key fronts, including the economy, the corona virus and the situation involving Russia and Ukraine.
Thirty-seven percent agree that he handles the economy, while 58 percent do not. Forty-four percent agree that he handled the corona virus, and 50 percent disagree. 33 percent approve of his handling of the situation involving Russia and Ukraine, while 47 percent disagree.
When asked if Pitney could be trusted in the crisis, 43 percent said yes and 52 percent said no. Those results are similar to those of President Donald Trump in early 2017, but worse than those of President Barack Obama in 2009 and 2014.
Nearly half say the U.S. leadership in the world has weakened under Python (48 percent), while 23 percent say it has strengthened and 26 percent say it remains. In 2017 and 2018, between 47 percent and 53 percent of Americans said the U.S. leadership under Trump was weak.
The Post-ABC poll From February 20 to 24 the national sample of 1,011 adults reached out on cell phones and landlines. The margin of error is the addition or subtraction of four percentage points to the overall result.
The fiduciary fee is slightly worse in the recent post-ABC poll than the broader post-average of the February referendum. That figure is 42 percent positive and 53 percent negative.
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