According to the results of a recent national poll, a significant percentage of Americans believe that the various officials with the Biden administration, rather than Joe Biden himself, are truly responsible for directing the nation’s current policies and agendas.
Specifically, 57 percent of respondents to the Convention of States Action and Trafalgar Group poll remarked that Biden has not full executed the various duties associated with his office. In addition, only 36 percent of the respondents indicated that they felt confident that Biden was directing all agenda and policy matters.
Moreover, a disparity also emerged in terms of the respondents’ political ideologies. Approximately 59 percent of Democrats indicated that they believe Biden is truly in charge of the administration. On the other hand, 32 percent of Democrats believe that he is not truly in charge.
However, 84 percent of Republicans do not believe that Biden has been fully executing the various duties required of his office. In addition, merely 11 percent of Republican voters believe that Biden has been fully directing various agenda and policy matters for the United States.
In addition, 58 percent of independent voters asserted that they do not believe Biden is fully executing various duties associated with his office. 36 percent of independent voters disagreed, however.
Approximately 5 percent of Republicans and independent voters, as well as 10 percent of Democrats, indicated uncertainty as to whether or not Biden is ultimately directing the administration.
This poll’s results illustrate that individuals truly deserve to know more about the mental and physical health status of the president, according to Mark Meckler, who serves as president of the Convention of States Action.
Meckler recalled Abraham Lincoln’s “famous refrain” regarding the fact that “you can’t fool all of the people all of the time,” which is highly relevant to the current situation facing America, as well as “critical to the survival of our American Republic.” Meckler also noted that the American people deserve far more transparency from the Biden government than they have received thus far, particularly with regards to his physical and mental health.
“Leaders in both parties in Congress need to follow through on this immediately,” Meckler added.
Meckler also observed that the “continued failure” to ask more difficult questions and receive real answers represents a major “disgrace to the foundation of our democracy.”
This particular poll was just conducted at the end of June, from June 23-25, amongst 1,086 representatives. The poll featured a margin of error ranging from minus or plus 2.97 percent.