Sixty-two percent of Americans say President Biden has not achieved much during his first two years in office, a new Washington Post-ABC News poll shows, despite efforts by Democratic leaders to frame that time as the most productive in Washington since Lyndon Baines Johnsonís ďGreat SocietyĒ agenda.
Only 36 percent of Americans surveyed said they thought Biden had accomplished ďa great dealĒ or ďa good amount.Ē
The survey found that 65 percent of Americans think the issues of debt payment and federal spending should be handled separately while only 26 percent said Congress should raise the debt ceiling only if Congress agrees to cut spending.
People gave Biden and Democrats little credit for two of their biggest accomplishments in the last Congress, the bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act and Inflation Reduction Act, which included prescription drug reform.
Only 34 percent of respondents said Biden has made progress creating good jobs and 26 percent said he has made progress making electric vehicles more affordable.
The polling results are disappointing for the president who on Friday touted the creation of 12 million jobs since he took office in January of 2021, including 517,000 new jobs created last month.
This is one of your mainstream progressive SwampMedia polls.
My guess is that people judge "that feckless dementia-ridden piece of crap" more by their grocery bill and what it costs to fill the gas tank that number reported out of the Swamp.
And, I think that, while it can be said that the Flatulent Fool passed some major pieces of legislation, he didn't do what people wanted.