Biden Gets Bad News

Joe Biden

( – Highlighting that the GOP front-runner will be the next President of the United States, a recent Gallup poll revealed that Americans’ satisfaction with the nation’s global image under Joe Biden has declined to its lowest point since 2017.

The current satisfaction rate of 33 % is notably lower than the previous three years under Biden’s leadership, where 37 % expressed contentment. However, it still falls considerably short of Trump’s 2020 record of 53 %.

Notably, the last time a majority of Americans were satisfied with the nation’s global position was in February 2020, just before the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic and nationwide closures.

With Trump in the White House at that time, 85 % of Republicans, 48 % of independents, and 19 % of Democrats were satisfied, and this marked a significant 66 %-point gap between Republicans and Democrats.

In the current scenario with Biden, satisfaction stands at 60 % among Democrats, 32 % among independents and a mere 8 % among Republicans.

Gallup recorded Americans’ current ratings as the poorest representation in the past 24 years. Despite this, Democratic majorities maintain positive views of the United States’ global image.

While independents predominantly view these measures negatively their perspective aligns more closely with Democrats than Republicans.

Since Biden took office, respect from other nations has diminished. In this case, only 37 % believe Biden is respected, a significant 58 % think Biden is not respected and in February 2021, 58 % perceived Biden as respected.

Gallup reported that the current rating reflects Biden’s recent overall job approval rating of 38 % which falls notably below the historical threshold of 50 % approval that incumbents typically need for successful reelection.

The poll surveyed 1,016 Americans from February 1-20, with a margin of error of 4 points.

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