The survey, conducted by Morning Consult and Politico, found that 62% of registered voters believe Joe Biden bears some responsibility for the supply chain and delivery problems, and only 12% of registered voters does not bear any responsibility.
When it comes to Congress, 61% of registered voters said they believe the legislative body bears some responsibility for the supply chain and delivery issues.
Busiest ports in the United States experience delays in unloading of container ships and in transporting of supplies in part due to disruptions related to the Covid-19 pandemic and labor shortages.
Beyond the short-term solutions implemented by the White House to ease congestion, President Joe Biden called for greater investments to make ports more efficient and competitive in the future.
Joe Biden is eager to show tangible results of the infrastructure law, one of major pieces of the recently approved president’s economic agenda.