(FiveNation.com)- On Monday, Gallup released a survey to gauge public approval of eleven senior government officials, including the four leaders of Congress, the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, members of the Cabinet, Dr. Fauci, President Biden, and Vice President Harris.
And surprisingly, Joe Biden’s approval rating was lower than Kamala’s.
Forty-three percent of respondents approved of the job Joe Biden is doing while 44 percent approved of Kamala Harris. At the same time, however, more people disapproved of Kamala (54 percent) than disapproved of old Joe (51 percent).
Broken down by party, Kamala enjoys 77 percent approval among Democrats, 42 percent among Independents, and 7 percent among Republicans.
Of the eleven public figures that Gallup presented, Chief Justice John Roberts not only had the highest approval rating, he was also the only one to get widespread approval across party lines.
Overall, 60 percent of respondents approve of Roberts while only 34 percent disapprove.
Broken down by political party, Roberts received 55 percent approval from Democrats, 57 percent from Republicans, and 64 percent from Independents.
What was particularly disturbing about this Gallup poll, however, is that 52 percent of respondents approve of Dr. Anthony Fauci.
When you break that down by party, it is clear that Democrats are the ones fueling Fauci’s high approval number. A mind-boggling 85 percent of Democrats approve of the diminutive dictator while only 19 percent of Republicans and 48 percent of Independents do.
Kentucky Senator Mitch McConnell scored the lowest approval rating (34 percent). House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy had the highest approval of the four congressional leaders included in the poll with 46 percent. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer had a 44 percent approval while Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi garnered 40 percent approval. All four were polling underwater with more people disapproving of them than approving.
The poll also featured Secretary of State Antony Blinken (49 percent approve/43 percent disapprove), Attorney General Merrick Garland (49 percent approve/43 percent disapprove), and Fed Chairman Jerome Powell (53 percent approve/40 percent disapprove).
Gallup’s survey was conducted from December 1-16 and polled 811 adults across all 50 states and Washington, DC.