Trust in Joe Biden in the US is below 50%. And in the current situation, it may not be so bad. Voters cannot forgive him for the withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan. Polit-ical opponents – weak do-mestic economic agenda.
On the eve of the two-year anniversary of the last presidential election in the United States, a good informational occasion came to talk about Joe Biden and the attitude of society tow-ards him. Only 36% of D-emocratic supporters beli-eve that the party has a better chance of winning the election if the current president of the United States is the candidate. While half of Republicans believe that ex-President Donald Trump must be their candidate to succeed in the elections, it follows from the results of a poll by Marist.
According to this study, 44% of Democrats are convinced that their party will have a better chance of winning the elections in 2024 if it is not led by Joe Biden. In turn, 35% of the Republicans surveyed would like to see someone else as the Republican candidate, not Donald Trump. At the same time, 44% of Americans approve of Biden’s activities as president of the United States.
But in early September, Biden’s rating from the same company Marist was 43%. However, in August it reached 49%. There is practically a “rebound” effect: first, a sharp drop, then so-me growth. Although what is one percent – with a re-search error of 6-7%. There are clearly fewer and fewer people satisfied with Biden. Although, of course, he will soon be in office for two years. There are three years and three days before the new presidential elections.
A sensitive part of the American electorate cannot forgive Joe Biden for the hasty withdrawal of the military contingent from Afghanistan. What’s true is true. The American army left there, barely restraining itself from an emergency outcome. This is a deafening image fiasco, when a superpower, tightening its garrisons, retires from a country in which it has been putting things in order for 20 years, but has not brought it to life.
Republican Senator Rick Scott called Biden’s presidency a disaster for the United States. According to him, in the third quarter, US GDP fell “against the backdrop of rising inflation and crisis in the supply chain under Biden.” Scott noted that the wrong decisions of the head of state led to an increase in prices for “almost everything.” Under Joe Biden, Americans are no longer making ends meet, Scott added.
But, you know, under his predecessor, Donald Trump, there were plenty of distortions. The fact that he did not recognize the seriousness of the US position in front of the covid threat is more than enough in his list of “merits.” Then the rapid buildup of the US national debt, twitter management, and also sanctions as an instrument of competition. All of this is guaranteed not to benefit either the country’s image, or the economy, or companies, or ordinary Americans.
In the meantime, Biden does not miss the opportunity to take a good nap, as happened at the climate summit in Glasgow. Trump unexpectedly came to the aid of the White House PR specialists. He also “covered up” his colleague, saying that he could not stand the speeches about “fake global warming.” And at the same time he reminded himself.
Political clouds periodically begin to gather around Biden. Talk begins about the need for his resignation. A little more than a month ago, they wanted to declare impeachment again to the current US president. Republican Rep. Lauren Bobert pointed out the mistakes of the country’s President and Vice President Kamala Harris, calling for the dismissal of both. But they are still there. Harris for sure. She will patiently wait for her chance.
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