Less than a third of voters trust Coronavirus information from Anthony Fauci

Less than a third of voters trust information about coronavirus coming from Dr. Anthony Fauci, revealed a NewsNation survey published this week.

The investigation, taken this week among more than 1,000 registered voters, residents asked, “When it comes to information about COVID-19, which of the following sources would you say you trust?” ask them to choose everything that is relevant.

The survey listed a number of options, including Fauci, President Biden and the news media. Most voters, 63.2 percent, said they trust their doctor for accurate information about the Chinese coronavirus. About half of voters, 49.8 percent, said they trusted federal health authorities, such as the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

However, specific individuals are losing the trust of the American people. Fauci, the White House chief medical officer and director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, has the confidence of only 30.8 percent of American voters:

President Biden’s rankings are even lower, as only 15.5 percent express confidence. Most of all, the American people do not trust the news media, 10.2 percent say they trust them for accurate information about the virus.

Biden’s low confidence score coincides with opinion polls showing the American people getting angry over his handling of the Chinese coronavirus pandemic after months of vaccine mandates and masking – the former of which he promised not to enforce before joining. However, that changed quickly in September. In particular, the current RealClearPolitics average for Biden’s handling of coronavirus is currently underwater, sitting at -2.3 percent from Thursday.

US President Joe Biden answers journalists' questions after delivering concluding remarks to the White House Virtual Democracy Summit at the Eisenhower Executive Office Building on December 10, 2021 in Washington, DC.  According to the Foreign Ministry, the summit brought together 100 leaders from government, civil society and the private sector "set a positive agenda for democratic renewal and to tackle the greatest threats that democracies face today through collective action." (Photo by Chip Somodevilla / Getty Images)

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Fauci, meanwhile, has continued to lose confidence in the American people after nearly two years of flip-flopping and blurring on a range of topics – from masking to funding research into growth in the Wuhan laboratory.

“[F]auci is a Democrat partisan, ”Senator Rand Paul (R-KY), a leading critic of the Biden administration, explained this week.

“When he says that, he is trying to distract because what I asked him is this: He is saying that he is science, and that if you question him or oppose him, you are against science,” he continued. he and blew up Fauci’s “arrogance.” . “

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