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Polls are indicating that the American people have had enough with Anthony Fauci.
According to Town Hall:
One, from the Trafalgar Group, found that almost double the amount of overall likely voters said their confidence in Dr. Fauci had decreased in the past year as it had increased, by 42.2 percent to 22.1 percent. A plurality of respondents, at 30.1 percent, said their confidence had “decreased significantly,” while 26.1 percent said their confidence was “unchanged.”
The results were predictable for Democrats and Republicans, though the increased confidence in Fauci from Democrats, at 32.4 to 20.0 percent was not as significant as the decreased confidence from Republicans, at 66.1 to 12.1 percent.
A strong plurality of Democrats said their confidence was unchanged, at 34.7 percent. A majority of Republicans, however, at 50.8 percent, said their confidence “decreased significantly.”
Those with no party affiliation were twice as likely to say their confidence decreased rather than increased, by 41.7 percent to 20.4 percent. A plurality, at 31.5 percent, said their view was unchanged, though 27.3 percent said their confidence “decreased significantly.”
Only around 9 percent of respondents said their view of Fauci increased.