President Joe Biden is losing trust from the American people on the Chinese coronavirus, an Axios-Ipsos poll released Tuesday found.
According to the survey, less than half, 42 percent, trust the president “a great deal or a fair amount” on providing accurate information on the virus.
“This represents a seven percentage point drop from one month ago, a 10 percentage point drop from six months ago, and a 16-point decline from the inauguration (Biden’s high point on the question),” the survey found.
“He’s basically losing the expectations game,” Cliff Young, president of Ipsos U.S. public affairs, said. “Once the Delta variant raised its ugly head, it affected people’s lives, and now they’re adjusting their expectations, which is not good for him.”