Voters See Biden As Weaker Than Trump In New Poll

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According to a new Rasmussen poll, a majority of prospective US voters feel President Joe Biden is weaker than former President Donald Trump among foreign leaders.

According to the poll, 53% of respondents believe Biden is weaker than Trump in the eyes of most foreign leaders, while 33% believe Biden is stronger.

While 78 percent of Republicans say Biden is weaker than Trump in the eyes of international leaders, Democrats believe Biden is stronger than his predecessor.

Unaffiliated voters believe international leaders regard Biden as weaker than Trump, with 55 percent believing he is stronger.

The president has a terrible relationship with most foreign leaders, according to 42% of voters, while 40% regard his relationship with those leaders as good or exceptional. Twenty-two percent (22%) gave him perfect scores.

When broken down by political affiliation, the survey finds a wide partisan gap, with 66 percent of Democrats saying Biden’s relationship with international leaders is strong or excellent, compared to just 19 percent of Republicans.

According to 34% of those not connected with either major political party, Biden has a good or exceptional relationship with most international leaders, vs. 47% who say he has a poor relationship.

According to the poll, college graduates and voters with annual incomes above $100,000 are more inclined to say Biden has strong or excellent ties with international leaders.

Over $100,000 voters were more likely to believe that international leaders regard Biden as stronger than Trump.

According to the research, although 55 percent of whites feel most international leaders regard Biden as weaker than Trump, 48 percent of black voters and other racial minorities believe the same.

In comparison to 47 percent of other racial minorities and 36 percent of whites, most black voters believe Biden has good or excellent relationships with international leaders.

According to Rasmussen, these findings are identical to those from November 2017, when half of the voters thought international leaders thought Trump was weaker than former President Barack Obama, and the political divide was inverted.

According to Rasmussen, most people believe Biden should not seek reelection in 2024 and that he would lose a rematch with Trump by double-digit majorities.
The 1,000 probable US voters survey took place on May 15-16. The margin of error is three percentage points plus or minus.