Prove the class of regular languages is closed or not closed under the operations below

Suppose $$A$$ and $$B$$ are both languages over $$\Sigma=\{0,1\}$$. We use $$n_0(x)$$ and $$n_1(x)$$ to represent the number of $$0$$s and $$1$$s in the string $$x$$ respectively. Consider the following two operations: $$A\cong_0 B=\{x\in A\mid\exists y\in B,\ \text{s.t. }n_0(x)=n_0(y)\}\\ A\cong_{01} B=\{x\in A\mid\exists y\in B,\ \text{s.t. }n_0(x)=n_0(y)\wedge n_1(x)=n_1(y)\}$$ How to prove that the class of regular languages is closed under $$\cong_0$$ operation and not closed under $$\cong_{01}$$ operation?

For $$A\cong_0 B$$, consider $$\mathcal{A}_A$$ and $$\mathcal{A}_B$$ two automata that recognize $$A$$ and $$B$$ respectively. Construct $$\mathcal{A}'_B$$ where you replace $$1$$-transitions in $$\mathcal{A}_B$$ with $$\varepsilon$$-transitions and add a $$1$$-transition loop on each state. Now, the product automaton between $$\mathcal{A}_A$$ and $$\mathcal{A}'_B$$ should recognize $$A\cong_0 B$$.
For $$A\cong_{01}B$$, consider $$A = a^*b^*$$ and $$B = (ab)^*$$. Both are regular languages, however, $$A\cong_{01}B = \{a^nb^n\mid n\in \mathbb{N}\}$$ which is a well known non-regular language.