Two Polls Show President Biden, Congressional Democrats Losing Support Among Independent Voters

Biden's approval rating among independent voters dropped by 8 points in just one week

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(FOX NEWS) – President Biden and congressional Democrats are getting less done in Washington than a plurality of voters expected, according to a new poll.

Meanwhile, a separate poll released this week shows Biden’s approval rating reaching the lowest point of his presidency.

The sluggish poll results emerged as the Biden administration was grappling with inflation fears among American consumers, a new rise in coronavirus cases – prompting governments and businesses alike to adopt protocols similar to those in 2020 – and the stalling of the president’s policy agenda in Congress, where Biden’s Build Back Better spending plan ran into an obstacle in the form of Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin’s decision not to support the legislation.

In a poll conducted Dec. 18-20 by Morning Consult and Politico, 41% of respondents said congressional Democrats have accomplished less than they expected, compared to 10% saying they accomplished more than expected and 32% saying they accomplished about what they expected.

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