The discovery of classified documents at US President Joe Biden’s home recently has not impacted his approval ratings, according to multiple polls. Despite the controversy surrounding the discovery and subsequent investigation, Biden’s approval rating has remained steady, indicating that the American public is not overly concerned about the issue.
A recent poll conducted by AP-NORC found that Biden’s approval rating was unchanged at 56% following the discovery of the classified documents. The same poll found that only 30% of respondents felt that the discovery of the classified documents was a “big problem” for Biden’s presidency.
Similarly, a poll conducted by Forbes found that Biden’s approval rating had not been affected by the controversy surrounding the classified documents. According to the poll, Biden’s approval rating remained at 55%, with only 26% of respondents indicating that the discovery of the classified documents was a significant issue for the president.
In a survey conducted by Morning Consult, Biden’s approval rating was found to be unchanged at 53%, with only 28% of respondents indicating that the discovery of the classified documents was a “big problem” for the president.
These polls indicate that while the discovery of the classified documents has caused a stir in the media and among political commentators, it has not had a significant impact on Biden’s overall approval rating. It appears that the American public is not overly concerned about the issue and is not letting it impact their perception of the president’s job performance.
Despite the controversy surrounding the classified documents, Biden’s administration remains focused on delivering on its policy goals, including the implementation of the American Jobs Plan, a multi-trillion dollar infrastructure proposal aimed at boosting the US economy and creating jobs. The administration has also been actively working on implementing policies aimed at tackling the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, including increasing vaccine distribution and supporting small businesses affected by the pandemic.
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