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Biden’s Poll Numbers Hit New Low With Failing Foreign Policy Eyed

For the past 62 weeks, Politico and the pollster Morning Consult have measured President Joe Biden’s approval rating. On Wednesday, Biden hit a new low – one of several he has recorded recently.

The groups pegged Biden’s approval rating at just 39 percent; meanwhile, his disapproval score hit a new high in this poll, 58 percent.

As Morning Consult noted in an article about its poll, former President Donald Trump “was markedly more popular at a similar point in his presidency.” Trump, after 62 weeks, was approved by 45 percent of respondents.

But that wasn’t the most surprising poll news about how much Americans dislike their leader, who somehow got the most votes ever recorded in a presidential election in 2020.

A survey of 1,500 Americans released this week by the Democracy Institute in Washington noted that more people want to see Biden removed from the White House than want Vladimir Putin ousted from the Kremlin.

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Much of Democracy Institute’s survey was devoted to foreign policy, particularly the war in Ukraine, which is losing support among Americans. Biden is failing at that too, according to the poll.

In one question 48 percent of respondents said they didn’t want the U.S. to remove Putin from power, while 42 percent did.

Then they were asked what was the “better scenario” for America: if Biden loses power in America or if Putin loses power in Russia.

Overall, 56 percent said it would be better for America if Biden were out, compared to 43 percent who agreed that ending Putin’s reign is more preferable.

The poll also queried respondents on which world leader they would prefer to run America, if that was an option.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson garnered 31 percent support to finish first. French President Emmanuel Macron received 20 percent as runner-up.

Putin got 16 percent. That was just two percentage points behind Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. The other choices, China’s President Xi Jinping and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, received 9 percent and 6 percent, respectively.

The poll also indicated Biden is off in aligning with the issues that his countrymen see as most important for the nation.

For example, while Biden has tried to pin almost every U.S. calamity on Putin, just 14 percent of Democracy Institute’s respondents said he is America’s biggest threat. More concerning is China (45 percent), Iran (20 percent), and North Korea (17 percent).

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When asked what was the most important domestic issue, 27 percent answered inflation, followed immediately by the economy (14 percent) and the baby formula crisis and crime (13 percent each).

Democracy Institute Director Patrick Basham attributed the results to Biden’s failure of leadership.”

“There just isn’t the ability for Biden himself or [Vice President Kamala] Harris or any of the obvious secretaries of state to convincingly persuade the people in one direction or another,” he told The Daily Express, a British news outlet.

“When you have that obvious contrast with [President Ronald] Reagan or [President Barack] Obama or [President] Bill Clinton who in the moment could speak to the country and present an argument which, whether it was correct or not, could be very persuasive, gain traction and really resonate with ordinary people. Biden and Harris to this point are unable to do that.”

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