Your test is designed to make it difficult to judge focus ability, since the tape measure is not close to the focusing point, and the objects aren't in plane.
In image 1, the focus plane starts at the top of the paint bottle, or possibly slightly above it. It's really difficult to tell, since the rounding of the bottle makes it hard to see where the focusing plane would fall on the tape measure. You should expect that the part of the tape measure being in focus is somewhat in front of the bottle, because you've elevated the camera and tilted it downwards.
In image 2, your camera has focused in front of the object on the paper, but I'm not sure if it's reasonable to expect it to autofocus correctly there.
In image 3, your camera seems to focus okay on the label, but the same effect as in image 1 is of course apparent.
I think you need to redo your tests, but this time with something to focus on that the camera is in plane with.
Example showing clear front-focusing:20% view100% crop
As you can see in these images, the business card is in plane with the focus plane, and you can therefore see exactly where the ruler lines should've been in focus.