Majorities of Wealthiest and Democrat Voters Say Biden’s Uniting the Country, Majorities of Other Groups Disagree

America’s wealthiest voters and Democrat voters believe President Joe Biden is succeeding in uniting the country, but majorities of other demographic groups don’t, results of a new Rasmussen Reports survey reveal.

In a national survey of 1,000 U.S. likely voters, conducted February 21-23, Rasmussen asked respondents how well the president is fulfilling his campaign promise to bring the country together:

“President Joe Biden campaigned on a promise to unite Americans. How would you rate the job he is doing in terms of uniting the country?”

A third of voters (34%) said Biden is doing either “Excellent” (17%) or “Good” (17%) – but, half (50%) of voters rated Biden “Poor” at unifying America.

While a 55% majority of voters with annual incomes over $200,000 said Biden’s is doing a better than “Fair” job, majorities of all lower income groups disagreed, with at least half (49%) of each rating it “Poor.”


Likewise, while 60% of Democrat and self-described “Liberal” voters said Biden is doing a better than “Fair” job, just 12% of Republicans and 28% of those with other political affiliations agreed.

By race, 36% of Whites, 28% of Blacks and 23% of Non-Black minorities graded Biden as doing a better-than-average job of uniting the country. Fifty-eight percent (58%) of Non-Black minorities graded Biden’s unification efforts as poor, compared to 28% of Blacks and 51% of Whites.

Read Rasmussen’s full report here.


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