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The first polling data on President Joe Biden’s employer vaccine mandate were released Monday, and the findings bode incredibly poorly for POTUS.
The polling was conducted over the weekend by the Convention of States Action and The Trafalgar Group — one of the most accurate pollsters in 2016, 2018, and 2020 elections.
Surveys of likely voters revealed that a majority of the American people do not believe Biden has the constitutional authority to force vaccine mandates on the private sector, and a majority of Americans want governors to fight back against forthcoming Biden orders.
When it comes to constitutional authority, only 29.7% of Americans think Biden is allowed to mandate employee vaccination as he outlined last week, while 58.6% say POTUS has no authority to do so. Here are the highlights, according to Convention of States Action:
Moreover, a majority of Americans, 56.1%, support efforts from state governors to oppose Biden’s nationwide vaccine mandate on private businesses:
“The numbers are clear, the American people passionately oppose Biden’s vaccine mandate, and will not tolerate a President elected by the people acting like a dictator or king. They know full well that this precedent will quickly lead to an end to our Republic and the beginning of an oppressive new tyranny,” said Mark Meckler, President of Convention of States Action. “Our citizens stand squarely with courageous, principled governors who know this isn’t about health, science, or compassion, it’s a naked political power grab.”
The polling was conducted on more than 1,000 likely 2022 election voters, from September 10-12.