Americans’ optimism about the direction of the country has plunged nearly 20 percentage points since late April — with President Biden taking a beating over COVID-19, crime and the border, a new poll shows.
The ABC News/Ipsos poll — released Sunday amid the administration’s six-month mark — found that just 45 percent of Americans are optimistic about where the country is heading over the next year, down from the 64 percent this past spring.
Conversely, 55 percent of respondents in the new poll say they are pessimistic about the direction of the country, an increase from the 36 percent who said the same thing in the previous survey.
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