Around 2021, when the construction of NordStream 2 gas pipeline from Russia to Germany was completed and it nearly became operational, US President Biden faced heavy criticism from his own party and the opposition for suspending sanctions on the pipeline:
The continued political fallout from President JOE BIDEN’s Nord Stream 2 decision is stunning, even to administration officials ... This one decision, arguably more than the chaotic military withdrawal from Afghanistan, has imperiled Biden’s agenda. The fight over the National Defense Authorization Act has delayed passage of China-targeted competition bills and complicated efforts to avoid a government shutdown. Administration officials expected fierce congressional pushback, even from Democrats, but not to the point that it would remain an issue for months. - Nord Stream 2 turning into Biden’s No. 1 problem
On February 08, 2023, Seymour Hersh, an experienced journalist, published a sensationalist article alleging that President Biden ordered the destruction of the NordStream pipelines - How America Took Out The Nord Stream Pipeline.
The news of the sabotage of the pipeline has invited both praise and criticism for Biden administration from the opposition too.
While Hersh's view has not received much traction in the US mainstream media, right-leaning media outlets in the US, like Fox News, have given it some publicity and used the claim to largely criticise President Biden (probably to counter the perception that if Biden did order the destruction, the public would see him as a "decisive and strong" leader standing up to Russia during a war).
Are there any recent polls indicating how the American public perceives President Biden after the Hersh report? (It would be helpful if the polls were specifically linked to the bombing, Biden's role and split among Democrat and Republican perceptions.)