(RestoreAmericanGlory.com) – Following the reports that three separate batches of classified documents were found in Joe Biden’s old Washington, D.C., office and his Delaware home, his approval ratings appear to remain unchanged.
The first batch of classified documents from the Obama administration was found in Biden’s former private office in the Penn Biden Center, Washington D.C., on November 2, however, the finding of these documents was not reported until January 9.
In the past week, additional reports have noted that a second batch of documents was located in Biden’s garage in his Delaware home and a third one in his office in his Delaware home.
Following this revelation Attorney General Merrick Garland appointed a special counsel, Robert Hur, who would take over the investigation into the classified documents and the potential risks related to their mishandling.
The Rasmussen Reports/ Pulse Opinion Research poll was the first major poll to be released following the reports about the classified documents. However, according to the poll, Biden’s ratings have not changed at all. In fact, his approval rating is currently at 46 percent while 52 percent disapprove of the President’s performance. The poll included 1,500 respondents.
The results from this poll appear to be unchanged from the polls conducted between January 5 and 9, that is before the revelation.
Similarly, a collection of polls by FiveThirtyEight indicated that the information of the classified documents being found did not really have an impact on Biden’s approval ratings or popularity.
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