Majorities approve of how Biden is handling his job overall, the economy, and the pandemic; more than one in three Republicans say they are unlikely to get vaccinated.
Each provision of President Biden’s “American Jobs Plan” earns broad bipartisan support; emphasizing how the infrastructure creates good-paying jobs is effective.
For the first time since the beginning of the pandemic, majorities of Americans believe “the worst is over” with the pandemic and have confidence in their personal financial situation.
While each component of the American Rescue Plan is seen as important by wide majorities, checks and vaccine distribution funding are seen as most important.
Seven in ten Americans support the American Rescue Plan as more report hearing about it; approval of the vaccine rollout rises 16 points over the course of February.
A majority of Americans approve of President Biden’s agenda as vast support for the American Rescue Plan remains resilient.
Nearly two in three Americans approve of Biden’s handling of coronavirus as the share saying “the worst is yet to come” continues to decline.
Most Americans are hearing some or mostly positive things about Biden with his focus on combatting coronavirus as his top priority, with economic relief close behind.
Over 70 percent of Americans support the American Rescue plan and majorities are favorable to each of its provisions.
So far, Americans see their top priorities of the pandemic, economy, and healthcare reflected well in the focus of the new administration.