Neon Nettle
© 2021 Neon Nettle

Subscribe to our mailing list

Advertise Contact About Us Our Writers T&C's Privacy Support Us © 2021 Neon Nettle All Rights Reserved.

Nearly Half of Americans Believe Biden Has Accomplished ‘Little or Nothing'

The poll figures come following the Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill (BIF)

 on 16th November 2021 @ 2.00pm
51  of respondents would choose republican house candidates over democrats in their own jurisdictions © press
51% of respondents would choose Republican House candidates over Democrats in their own jurisdictions

Almost of Americans believe Joe Biden has failed to accomplish anything at all since taking office, a new WaPo-ABC News poll revealed.

63% of the 1,001 adults polled said Biden had achieved “not very much” or “little or nothing” thus far.

That figure is much more than former Presidents Donald Trump, Barack Obama, and Bill Clinton, Politico reported.

The poll figures come following the Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill (BIF), which was passed earlier this month.

According to the poll, 51% of respondents would choose Republican House candidates over Democrats in their own jurisdictions. 

just 31  of respondents said biden kept most of his campaign promises © press
Just 31% of respondents said Biden kept most of his campaign promises

Poltico reported that the number is the highest percentage for the party since the poll first asked the question 40 years ago.

This makes the number higher than GOP wave years, 2014, 2010, or 1994.

According to the poll results, Biden's approval rating also dropped to 41%, with 53% of respondents disapproving of his work in office.

Just 31% of respondents said Biden kept most of his campaign promises, while 70% said the economy was “not so good” or “poor.”

But 63% of respondents said they supported “spending one trillion dollars” on infrastructure.

in early november  bif passed after negotiations between different wings of the democratic party in the house © press
In early November, BIF passed after negotiations between different wings of the Democratic Party in the House.

58% supported “spending about two trillion dollars to address climate change and to create or expand preschool, health care, and other social programs.”

In early November, BIF passed after negotiations between different wings of the Democratic Party in the House.

Moderate Democrats committed to voting for Biden’s $1.75 trillion spending package should the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) score align with White House estimates.

The 13 House Republicans who voted to pass the $1.2 trillion “bipartisan” infrastructure bill allowed the far-left framework of the reconciliation package to come into action.

After Republicans voted to pass Biden's infrastructure bill, a rule was passed that provided consideration for the reconciliation package’s framework, which is a function that must occur to send the tax to spend package into the reconciliation process.

[RELATED] JPMorgan Chase CEO Warns America: Prepare for 'Catastrophic' U.S Credit Default

Share this post:
Steve Quayle Neon Nettle telegram

Facebook is heavily censoring information from independent sources.

To bypass internet censorship, connect with us directly by enabling our notifications (using the red subscription bell in the bottom right corner) or by subscribing to our free daily newsletter.

Get the latest news delivered straight to your inbox for free every day by signing up below.

SUBSCRIBE NOW

Subscribe to our mailing list

Follow Neon Nettle


PREV
BOOKMARK US
NEXT