(ANSA) - WASHINGTON, FEBRUARY 07 - Joe Biden is preparing to boast the successes of the first two years of his administration in his speech on the state of the Union but the polls reject him: the latest, from the Washington Post / ABC, reveals that 62% of Americans think they have achieved "not a lot" or "little at all," while 36% think the opposite.
And 58% of Democratic voters or independents who sympathize with the left would like another candidate for the White House.
It seems scant consolation that in the same survey, Americans also show little appreciation for the Republican neospeaker of the House Kevin McCarthy: less than 20% have very much or very much trust in him, while 71% have "only a little" or not at all .
But the country seems largely skeptical: 72% do not trust Republican parliamentarians, 70% in dem ones and 68% in Biden.
It is a pity, however, that it is up to the president to have to deal with the rumored re-nomination.