The supply chain crisis is still going on and its effects are being felt by people across the country.
According to a new poll, most Americans think the Biden administration is not doing enough to address the problem.
This news should come as no surprise.
Breitbart News reports:
Poll: Majority Say Biden Administration Is Not Doing Enough to Address the Supply Chain Crisis
Most Americans do not believe the Biden Administration is doing enough to address the supply chain crisis, a Rasmussen Reports survey released Friday found.
The survey asked respondents if the Biden administration is “doing enough to fix problems with the U.S. supply chain.” A majority, 59 percent, said no, followed by 27 percent who said yes and 14 percent who remain unsure. A majority of Republicans and independents, 84 percent and 63 percent, respectively, do not believe the Biden administration is doing enough. One-third of Democrats share that sentiment.
Across the board, 82 percent are concerned that the supply chain crisis could lead to shortages of “food and other basic supplies.” Of those, 49 percent are “very” concerned. There is no true partisan divide on that, as a majority of Republicans (93 percent), Democrats (73 percent), and independents (80 percent) are concerned.
The survey, taken November 10-11, 2021, among 1,000 likely voters, has a margin of error of +/- 3 percent.
Republicans are trying to solve the problem but are getting bloacked.
The Biden Administration is standing in the way of solutions to relieve our supply chain, and it’s time for Congress to step in and offer solutions.
— Congresswoman Tenney (@RepTenney) November 10, 2021
And of course the media is ignoring the whole thing.
In the last 2 days the Biden admin has admitted wanting higher gas prices and allowing the supply chain blockage so they can force they’re agendas through.
And it’s complete crickets from our beloved media.
— The Dank Knight 🦇 (@capeandcowell) November 12, 2021
This is going to get worse before it gets better.
Cross posted from American Lookout.