Key takeaways from the survey
- Majorities are hearing positive things about Biden this week, including pandemic handling, vaccines, and the G7 Summit.
- More than seven in ten say the “worst is over” in the pandemic.
- Support remains high for the “American Rescue Plan” and the “American Jobs Plan” as optimism grows on the state of the economy overall.
Biden’s Approval on Handling the Presidency Overall, the Pandemic, and the Economy All Remain Positive
Biden’s job approval ratings are at +8 overall, +27 on the pandemic, and +4 on the economy.
Vaccines, Coronavirus, and the G7 Summit Top the List of Positives Americans Have Heard About Biden This Week
This week, more than nine in ten Democrats (93%), 65% of independents, and 47% of Republicans report hearing “mostly positive” or a “mix of positive and negative” on Biden.
Biden and Democrats More Trusted Than Congressional Republicans on Pandemic, Health Care, and Economy
Among independents, Biden and Democrats are more trusted by double digits on the pandemic (+25) and health care (+19), while their lead is narrower on rebuilding the economy (+2).
Nearly Three in Four Continue to Say the “Worst Is Over” in the Pandemic
Bipartisan majorities say the “worst is over,” including 69% of Democrats, 61% of independents, and 77% of Republicans.
Vast Majority Approve of the Vaccine Rollout as More Than Three in Five Report Being Vaccinated
Vaccine rollout approval remains high across parties: 89% of Democrats, 59% of independents, and 62% of Republicans approve of how the vaccine rollout has gone so far.
Support for “American Rescue Plan” Remains Strong
Over the last three months, a majority have continued to support the “American Rescue Plan,” including three in five independents.
Growing Optimism on Personal Finances and Economy
Since March, there has been a 15-point increase in the share who say the economy is “getting better” and a 7-point increase in the share confident about their own personal financial situation.
Vast Majority Continue to Support “American Jobs Plan”
Before reading a description of the “American Jobs Plan,” net support is at +33. After reading a brief description of some proposed parts of the plan, support grows to net +47.
About The Study
This release features findings from a national online survey of 1,001 registered voters conducted June 10-14, 2021. Additional interviews were conducted among 99 Hispanic voters, 102 African American voters, 101 independents without a partisan lean, and 71 Asian American and Pacific Islander voters.