"President Biden's agenda remains popular with the American people, according to a new Yahoo News/YouGov poll. But approval of the president himself has fallen to a new low as Democrats struggle to get his plans through a gridlocked Congress.
Yet the poll also shows that most Americans favor the actual bills in question " which suggests that passing them could help revive Biden's public standing.
Nearly 6 in 10 (59 percent) support the smaller bipartisan infrastructure plan that Senate Democrats and Republicans recently passed to rebuild roads, bridges and other traditional infrastructure at a cost of $1.2 trillion. Just 17 percent oppose it.
That represents a net improvement of 16 percentage points since August (when 50 percent favored the plan and 24 percent opposed it).
Ultimately, more Americans blame Republicans (60 percent), progressive Democrats (59 percent) or moderate Democrats (58 percent) for the current gridlock over spending in Congress than blame Biden himself (49 percent).
When asked who deserves the most blame, more Americans say Republicans (32 percent) or progressive Democrats (23 percent) than Biden (13 percent) or moderate Democrats (5 percent)."
Personally, I am Skeptical of the OP's honest interest in what most people in this country think is important.
I mean, it's not like democracy or things like the peaceful transfer of legitimate power in America are of any importance to rwingers in general.