Poll: Biden Handling Fentanyl Crisis In Mostly 'Poor' Or 'Fair' Manner
A recent Rasmussen Reports survey concluded that one of the biggest problems in America is also one President Joe Biden is doing almost nothing about: the fentanyl crisis.
An incredible 91% of Americans know that the fentanyl crisis in America is at least "somewhat serious." Of those, 71% said it is "very serious."
The results also don't seem to have a ton to do with party lines, as both kinds of voters apparently agreed that this is a real issue. Seventy-eight percent of Republicans, 71% of independents, and 64% of Democrats agree that the issue is "very serious."
Fentanyl: Most Voters Rate Biden Low on Handling Problem
Voters overwhelmingly view the deadly drug fentanyl as a serious problem, and most don’t give President Joe Biden high marks for his handling of the issue.
— Rasmussen Reports (@Rasmussen_Poll) February 13, 2023
As mentioned before, Americans are not only frustrated at how big of a problem fentanyl is becoming, but also about how little our federal government seems to be doing about it.
Sixty-two percent of those surveyed believe that Joe Biden is only doing a "fair" or "poor" job at handling the crisis. Of those, 48% said he was handling it poorly. Just 15% of the country thinks his performance has been "good." Eleven percent took their crazy pills that day and rated his handling of the crisis as "excellent."