OUCH! This is definitely not good news for Anthony Fauci who continues to cling to the pandemic like an infant to her binky. He just refuses to let it go despite the fact that Americans have had enough.
According to a recent Gallup poll, one-third of Americans said they believe the pandemic is over.
Roughly 34 percent of respondents said that the pandemic is over, while 66 percent of respondents disagreed with that sentiment.
Between political parties, there continues to be a stark divide in regards to how we handle covid move forward. Around 60 percent of registered Republicans said the pandemic is “over” compared to just 10 percent of Democrats who agreed.
Among Independent voters, 39 percent said they believe the pandemic is finished.
In a separate poll, Americans’ confidence in Fauci has eroded.
A survey by the University of Pennsylvania’s Annenberg Public Policy Center found that 65 percent of Americans said they believe Fauci gives trustworthy pandemic advice.
Last year, the poll found that 71 percent thought Fauci was trustworthy, in what the poll described as a “statistically meaningful drop.”
An astonishing 35 percent of voters said they weren’t confident in Fauci, which was up from 29 percent over the same time frame.
Fauci is also facing greater blowback from Republicans.
Regardless of how Americans feel about Covid-19, Fauci still has to answer to Republicans should they win back control of the U.S. House in November. Ohio GOP Rep.
Jim Jordan declared that Republicans will launch an investigation into Fauci if they win in November’s midterm elections.
Jordan said Republicans will “uncover” what Fauci knew about the origins of the pandemic.
Jordan argued recently released emails prove there’s a “need to investigate Fauci.”