WASHINGTON, DC, Sep 1 — The majority of American voters would like to give both Joe Biden and Kamala Harris their walking papers, according to a new Rasmussen poll. Fifty-two percent want Biden to resign; just 39% disagree, and 9% are undecided. And if he doesn’t resign, 60% want him to be impeached.
Interestingly, the Rasmussen survey, which was released this morning, found that 58% don’t think Biden’s VP, Kamala Harris, is qualified to take over the presidency– including 47% who emphatically said she is “Not At All Qualified.” The poll also found that: “More women (49%) than men (43%) say they Strongly Agree with [Senator Lindsey] Graham’s statement about Biden deserving to be impeached, and women are less confident than men that Harris is qualified to assume the duties of the presidency if Biden leaves office.”
Senator Graham is on record as saying he thinks “Joe Biden deserves to be impeached because he’s abandoned thousands of Afghans who fought with us and he’s going to abandon some American citizens because he capitulated to the Taliban to a 31 August deadline.”
Rasmussen’s summary of its newest poll shows, “A desire to get Biden out of the White House does not translate to confidence in his vice president’s qualification to replace him. Among voters who believe Biden should resign because of the way the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan was handled, only 13% think that Harris is at least somewhat qualified to assume the duties of being president.
A separate survey released last week by Rasmussen found that the majority of voters don’t believe what the administration or the media are saying about the disastrous withdrawal from Afghanistan. Sixty percent believe things on the ground are worse than what is being portrayed by the Biden administration; only 25% think what they say is credible. According to the pollsters, “Voters express an almost identical level of distrust toward media coverage of Afghanistan since the Taliban takeover. Only 29% trust what the news media are reporting about the current situation in Afghanistan.”
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