Respondents were asked, “Do you think Joe Biden has the mental soundness to serve effectively as president, or not?” Forty-nine percent inexplicably said yes, but the significant figure is that a whopping 48 percent said no. That is a rise of three more points since a similar poll was taken earlier this month.
On the question asking if respondents believe “Joe Biden is a strong leader, or not?” only 45 percent said yes, down four points from October of 2020. Fifty-three percent said Biden is not a strong leader, up eight points since October 2020.
The poll also asked, “Do you think the country has become more or less united since Joe Biden took office?” Fifty-four percent of the country said less united, while 37 percent — diehard Progressives in denial — said the country is more united since Biden took office.
The poor polling numbers on Biden’s mental soundness come as the Foreign Relations Committee’s ranking member, Sen. James Risch (R-ID), told hapless Secretary of State Antony Blinken on September 14, “There’s real questions right now as to who’s making the decisions. We know for a fact that the President of the United States is somewhat disadvantaged here, in that someone is calling shots.”