V.P. Harris says Biden needs to double down on progressive policies to reverse sinking poll numbers

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U.S. President Biden signs the "Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act", in Washington

President Joe Biden’s poll numbers are freefalling. It all started with the debacle of a withdrawal from Afghanistan in August and continued to spiral downward as multiple crises came to a boil. Those crises include the border crisis, immigration crisis, gas crisis, inflation and the supply chain crisis.

When asked how President Biden can reverse his bad polling, Vice President Kamala Harris said he needs to double down on what he’s doing and stay the course.

A CBS News poll showed that most Americans don’t think Biden is keeping his promises.

“Biden’s health and mental acuity could be a sticking point for Americans who lack confidence in Biden’s leadership abilities. Respondents appeared to be divided, but a plurality (48%) disagreed that the current president is mentally fit,” CBS reported.

“Polls, they go up, they go down,” Harris said. “But I think what is most important is that we remain consistent with what we need to do to deal with the issues that we’re presented with at this moment.”

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Harris, like many other Democrats, she thinks the President’s flailing poll numbers are because he’s not being progressive enough and considerable pressure has been put on him to push further left ahead of the 2022 midterms where Democrats are favored to lose control of both the House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate.