According to the Political Aspie daily tracker, 53% of American voters approve of President Biden’s job performance. His disapproval is 45% according to my average. Several new polls have been released since yesterday morning, and which I have factored into my average. The Monmouth poll, the Economist/YouGov poll, the GSG/GBAO poll, the Politico/Morning Consult poll, and the Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll.
The Monmouth poll shows the President with a job approval of 49% and a disapproval of 43%. The Economist/YouGov poll gave the President a job approval of 48% and a disapproval of 45%. The GSG/GBAO survey gave Biden a job approval of 52% and a disapproval of 44%. The Politico/Morning Consult poll gave Joe Biden a job approval of 53% and a disapproval of 44%. The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking poll shows President Biden with a job approval of 50% and a disapproval of 48%.
35 Disability Rights Organizations, including the American Association for People with Disabilities (AAPD), the Autistic Self Advocacy Network (ASAN), the National Disability Rights Network (NDRN), and the Autistic Women and Nonbinary Network have signed a statement warning that the paper ballot mandate in the “For the People Act” would disenfranchise voters with disabilities.
The statement highlighted the strengths if the legislation, such as expanding access to voting, though it stated that the paper ballot mandate would disenfranchise many voters with disabilities who are unable to independently hand-mark, verify and cast a paper ballot due to their disability.
The signed orgs. did propose changes that would protect the rights of voters with disabilities.
President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin, whom President Biden has called a worthy adversary, concluded their summit in Geneva yesterday. Both sides said that got what they wanted out of the summit and President Biden said that the discussion was positive and constructive.
The President did relay that cyberattacks on American cyberinfrastructure would not be tolerated.
The President did have a incident with CNN White House Correspondent Kaitlain Collins, who assked the President why he was confident that President Vladimir Putin was going to change his behavior. A legitimate question.
The President snapped and responded that he wasn’t confident in that regard.
Later on he apologized to Collins for his rudeness.