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Craig Prichard, 65, of Des Moines, Iowa, who voted for Donald Trump in 2016, but says he voted for Joe Biden in 2020 believing Trump had failed to the confront the coronavirus pandemic, talks on Jan. 10, 2022. The retired factory worker says he is "satisfied" with Biden, crediting him for tackling several problems simultaneously. "You can tell he's trying to handle the pandemic, food prices, gas prices, Russia, all at the same time. And he doesn't seem to care how he looks," Prichard, a political independent, says. "Because it's not real good right now for him." (AP Photo/Tom Beaumont)

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Retired Des Moines nurse Kathleen Paul, a Democrat once leery of President Joe Biden's reputation for gaffes, says she is surprised with Biden's serious demeanor, as she talks on Jan. 10, 2022 in Des Moines, Iowa. "I've been really impressed with the way he upholds the dignity of the office," says Paul, 74. Though she approves of how he's handled the job broadly, Paul called the chaotic pullout of U.S. forces from Afghanistan last fall a "misstep." "I would have thought they'd see that pandemonium coming," she says. "It was horrible." (AP Photo/Tom Beaumont)