Biden v. Kamala Polling Shows EMBARRASSING Low Point for POTUS

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In the annals of White House failure, there are but a few names that truly stand out in history:  Richard Nixon for being a crook, Jimmy Carter for being aloof and ineffectual, and now Joe Biden for being, well, kind of lazy.

It’s not just Sleepy Joe that seems to be unenthused about actually doing their job in the Executive Branch, but, as POTUS, it’s on him to keep the ship afloat and sailing forward.

He simply has not accomplished that, and his latest poll numbers reveal where that ranks him among current legislators and Washington figures. 

Supreme Court Justice John Roberts earned the highest approval rating, while Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell were at the bottom of the list.

You can see a table of the polling results from Gallup below:

U.S. Leader Job Approval Ratings, 2021
Do you approve or disapprove of the way each of the following is handling their job?

Approve Disapprove
% %
Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts 60 34
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell 53 40
Director of the NIAID Dr. Anthony Fauci 52 47
Secretary of State Antony Blinken 49 43
Attorney General Merrick Garland 49 43
House Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy 46 49
Vice President Kamala Harris 44 54
Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer 44 53
President Joe Biden 43 51
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi 40 58
Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell 34 63

While Biden is only one point below his Vice President in approval ratings, it is no small thing that Kamala Harris is now considered on roughly the same level of approval as the commander in chief. Vice President Harris has faced a fair amount of insider backlash regarding her management style and a constant drumbeat of criticism from conservative media, particularly regarding the immigration policies she was delegated to handle by Biden.

With Biden now polling worse than his Vice President, one can only imagine that some serious conversations about 2024 are taking place in the White House, especially after Press Secretary Jen Psaki was so insistent on Biden’s plans to run again in three years’ time.