This weekend clearly showed that the U.S. is on the path to recovery–and Americans can feel it. The U.S. surpassed President Biden’s vaccine goal and leads the world in total vaccines administered as direct payments started to hit Americans’ bank accounts. A clear majority of Americans approve of President Biden’s efforts to contain the virus and know the American Rescue Plan will help the economy and them personally.
The U.S. leads the world in total vaccines administered and just surpassed President Biden’s goal of 100 million vaccines in under 100 days.
Bloomberg: “U.S. Hits 100-Million Vaccine Mark Three Months Into Effort”
Bloomberg: “The U.S. leads the world in total vaccines administered, and more supply is on the way.”
Almost immediately after President Biden’s American Rescue Plan was signed, stimulus payments began to hit Americans’ bank accounts.
CNN: “Some Americans are already seeing the latest round of stimulus payments hit their bank accounts, as the first batch of funds is rolled out.”
MSNBC’s Chris Hayes: “This is wild. I’ve honestly never seen something at this scale and speed in the time I’ve covered politics.”
A vast majority of Americans approve of President Biden’s handling of vaccine distribution and say efforts to contain the virus are going well.
CBS News: “Seven in 10 Americans give President Biden positive marks for his handling of vaccine distribution, including four in 10 Republicans.”
CBS News: “But Americans believe the trend line in containing the virus is improving, with 64% saying efforts are going well right now — the highest since CBS News began polling on the outbreak last March.”
A majority of Americans say President Biden’s American Rescue Plan will help the economy and them personally, especially for working families.
CBS News: “Plus the just-signed relief bill remains extremely popular, with most feeling it will help both the economy and help them, personally.”
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