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A new CBS News poll released on Sunday found that half of those polled were dissatisfied with Joe Biden’s presidency, just a few days before he completes his first full year in office.

When asked how they felt about Biden’s presidency, half of those polled said they were “frustrated” and “disappointed.” Furthermore, 40% said his presidency made them feel “nervous,” while a quarter said it made them feel “calm” and “satisfied.”

Overall, respondents in the CBS News poll appeared to have a pessimistic view of the country’s current state.

Nearly 75% of those polled believed that America was doing “somewhat” or “very” poorly in general.

The majority of people disagreed with Biden’s handling of the economy, immigration, race relations, crime, inflation, policing, and Afghanistan.

Half of Those Polled Are Dissatisfied With Biden’s Presidency, According to a New Poll

People also appeared to lose faith in Biden’s handling of the COVID-19 pandemic, which was one of the few areas of Biden’s presidency that people continued to approve of. When asked how he was doing now, 49 percent said he was handling the pandemic well, while 51 percent said he was doing poorly.

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Respondents were similarly divided on how much Biden cared about the problems and needs of “people like you,” with 45 percent saying he cared to some extent and 54 percent having doubts about how much he cared about their issues.

Regardless of whether they supported Biden or the Democratic Party, 61 percent told CBS News that Democrats were focusing on issues that were important to them.

A small majority of those polled (53 percent) agreed with Biden’s Build Back Better plan. When asked how improvements on a specific issue would change their opinion of Biden, 70% said that lowering inflation would improve their opinion of the president.

The CBS News poll, which was conducted from June 12 to 14, polled 2,094 U.S. adults. The results are within a margin of error of 2.5 percentage points.

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