Majority Approve Of President Biden’s COVID Response, Bipartisan Calls For COVID Relief Grow
February 18, 2021
There is overwhelming and bipartisan support across the country for President Biden’s American Rescue Plan. While President Biden is on the side of unity and pushing an agenda to help the American people, Republicans have fallen into turmoil.
A majority of Americans approve of President Biden’s coronavirus response and there is bipartisan support from across the country for more relief.
Associated Press: “From city halls, the plea for COVID-19 aid is bipartisan”
Quinnipiac Poll: “Americans approve 58 – 32 percent of the way Biden is handling the response to the coronavirus.”
President Biden is delivering on his promises, and fighting to contain the pandemic and get the American people the help they need.
NBC News: “Biden administration to spend $1.6 billion to expand testing, address supply shortages”
New York Times: “C.D.C. Announces $200 Million ‘Down Payment’ to Track Virus Variants”
Axios: “The seven-day average of coronavirus vaccines administered in the U.S. has reached 1.7 million per day… That pace puts President Biden on course for meeting his goal of 100 million doses administered in his first 100 days in office, which would land on April 29.”
Meanwhile, the Republican Party is in turmoil as the rift between the party’s top leaders escalates and threatens the future of the party.
Washington Post: “Trump-McConnell clash threatens to settle into a cold war as GOP eyes midterms”
The Hill: “Trump ready to make McConnell’s life miserable”
New York Times: “McConnell’s Strategy Has Party in Turmoil and Trump on Attack”
Politico: “Trump-McConnell rift threatens GOP’s Senate hopes”