It seems that the American people are already fed up with President Joe Biden only 8 months into his time in office, with his administrations total failure in handling the troop withdrawal in Afghanistan being the straw that broke the camel’s back.
Well, you know, when you make a move that ends up getting 13 American service members killed, along with tons of Afghans, and then leaves hundreds of our people stranded behind enemy lines, that’s to be expected, right?
In the latest shocking display of the president’s polling free fall, the latest Rasmussen Reports survey found that a majority, 52%, wants Biden to resign over the withdrawal alone. Just 39% disagrees, far short of his political base.
But, as other polls have shown, likely voters surveyed do not want Vice President Kamala Harris to step in, viewing her as unqualified.
The data, shared in advance with Secrets, twins with the president’s weekly job approval rating, which also shows that the nation, for now, has given up on the aging president who sometimes appears fumbling.
Biden’s approval rating is also plummeting and sits about where former President Donald Trump’s approval-disapproval rating had sunk to at this stage in his presidency.
President Biden has been doing everything under the sun to try and defend the troop withdrawal and turn the country’s attention to something else, but those efforts have proved fruitless.
Rasmussen has revealed that nearly 60 percent of voters are in agreement with a statement made by South Carolina GOP Sen. Lindsey Graham who said, “I think Joe Biden deserves to be impeached because he’s abandoned thousands of Afghans who fought with us and he’s going to abandon some American citizens because he capitulated to the Taliban to a 31 August deadline.”
The only thing that’s saving him at the moment is the fact folks don’t have any sort of confidence in Vice President Kamala Harris and her ability to lead a country.
Only 38 percent of individuals feel Harris is qualified to be president, while a large 58 percent say she isn’t. And 47 percent say she’s “not at all qualified” for the position.