(CNN) — Fewer people are saying they trust President Biden to provide accurate information about COVID-19.
That's according to a new Axios-Ipsos poll published Tuesday.
Just over 1,000 adults were surveyed earlier this month. Of those surveyed, 42% said they had a great deal or fair amount of trust in COVID-19 from the president, which is down from seven percent from a month ago.
The poll also found more Americans expect it to take longer to return to their pre-pandemic life.
30% of those surveyed said they expect it to take more than a year while 24% believe the return to "normal life" will happen within six months to a year.
For more information on the Axios-Ipsos poll, click here.