Ever since the election, Joe Biden has been seen speaking from behind a lectern sporting an “Office of the President-Elect” seal. Many have said there is no such thing, but as The Hill helps point out, not only is it an “office” but it’s also a job that calls for polling to gauge public approval of the pre-presidency:
— The Hill (@thehill) December 16, 2020
Is “President-Elect’s job approval rating” really a thing?
— I Might Be A Doctor (@Crypsis12) December 16, 2020
Just imagine the approval rating after Joe actually assumes office (many probably already have the stories written).
So, the Hill reports that 60% of people they asked approve of a job that the guy hasn't done? Or 60% of people think President elect is a job? Or that it does anything? So much in so few words…
— hVk Americanon (@hVk_americanon) December 16, 2020
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— Catturd ™ (@catturd2) December 16, 2020
If you like him doing absolutely nothing now, you’re gonna LOVE him doing nothing for the 4 months he’s president. https://t.co/DStybjSzDq
— Jesse Kelly (@JesseKellyDC) December 16, 2020
Wtf has he done though?? https://t.co/sm0ssZOOuG
— ☃️ Holly Jolly Jess 🎄 (@LadyJessMacBeth) December 16, 2020
This is what happens when you have state media masquerading as corporate media https://t.co/lWLs4eqOdK
— Benjamin Weingarten (@bhweingarten) December 16, 2020
It’s clear the poll sample didn’t include too many media types or the approval rating would have been much higher than 60 percent.