- The majority of Americans continue to approve of Biden’s handling of the pandemic, economy, and job overall, while impressions of Trump and the Republican Party are underwater.
- Biden and Congressional Democrats are more trusted to handle the pandemic and infrastructure than Republicans.
- As vaccination rates begin to plateau, approval of the vaccine rollout remains steady and high.
Biden’s Ratings on His Handling of His Job as President, the Pandemic, and the Economy All Remain Positive
- Biden’s approval ratings are at +31 on the pandemic, +11 overall, and +6 on the economy.
Biden and the Democratic Party Are Viewed Favorably Overall While Trump and Republicans Are Underwater
While Biden is at net -7 (42% favorable/49% unfavorable) among independents, Trump is at -23 (36% fav/59% unfav) and the Republican Party is at net -48 (20% fav/68% unfav).
Infrastructure and Pandemic Handling Dominating Positive Discussion of Biden
Nine in ten Democrats (90%), 58% of independents, and 45% of Republicans report hearing “mostly positive” or a “mix of positive and negative” on Biden.
Biden and Democrats More Trusted Than Republicans on Pandemic, Infrastructure, Economy, Small Businesses
Among independents, Biden and Democrats hold significant leads on combating the coronavirus pandemic (+24) and on infrastructure (+19); Republicans hold narrow leads on the economy (-5) and looking out for small businesses (-2).
As Reported Vaccination Rates Stabilize, Vaccine Rollout Approval Remains Steady and High
Since April, at least nine in ten Americans have reported knowing someone who has been vaccinated as approval of the rollout has stayed around 70%. In the last month, roughly 60% have consistently reported being personally vaccinated.
About The Study
This release features findings from a national online survey of 1,000 registered voters conducted June 24-28, 2021. Additional interviews were conducted among 100 Hispanic voters, 101 African American voters, 101 independents without a partisan lean, and 71 Asian American and Pacific Islander voters.