America's Opioid crisis can be added to the list of ways President Biden has failed Americans.
Most Americans do not think President Joe Biden has done enough to fight the opioid crisis in the country, according to a Rasmussen Reports survey.
"Forty percent of those surveyed said abuse of opioid drugs is a 'major problem' in the area they live, and 44 percent said the crisis has gotten 'worse' over the last year under Biden’s leadership," reported Breitbart.
"When asked if the Biden administration is doing enough to fight the opioid drug crisis, 56 percent said 'no,' followed by 25 percent who are not sure and 19 percent who said 'yes,'" reports Breitbart.
"A majority of Republicans and independents, 74 percent and 58 percent, respectively, do not believe Biden has done enough to fight the problem, and a plurality of Democrats, 39 percent, agree with that sentiment," according to Breitbart.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has frequently pointed out that fentanyl is the leading cause of death for people ages 18-45.
"Where is the fentanyl coming into the country from? Ninety-five percent of its coming from the U.S. Mexico border," DeSantis said.
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