By Ivan Maltsev
At the same time, the former president continues to lead the anti-rating – 52% of Americans treat him negatively.
The share of Americans who have a positive attitude towards former U.S. President Donald Trump is 39%, while for the current head of the U.S. administration, Joe Biden, this figure is 38%. The relevant data of a sociological survey conducted by Quinnipiac University was published on Wednesday.
Trump still has a high anti-rating: 52% of Americans have a negative attitude towards him. At the same time, the support of Trump by U.S. citizens shows a favorable dynamic for the former president: in May of this year, 37% of Americans gave him a positive assessment, and 57% gave him a negative one.
Biden, on the contrary, is losing popularity. In May, 49% of Americans said they had a positive attitude towards him, 42% said they had a negative attitude. Now, these figures are 38% and 50%, respectively. Things are even worse for the owner of the White House when it comes to approving the results of his activities. Only 37% of the survey participants gave her a positive assessment, and 52% gave her a negative one.
The results of the Democratic Party, to which Biden belongs, are not very good either. Only 30% of respondents rate her activities in Congress positively, and 60% negatively.
Dissatisfaction with Biden’s course in the United States is growing against the backdrop of an unsuccessful exit from Afghanistan, the migration crisis on the border with Mexico, the introduction of mandatory vaccination for civil servants, rising inflation, and the lack of results in carrying out the promised broad economic reforms through Congress.
The survey was conducted from October 15 to 18, 1,342 people took part in it. The statistical error is 2.7%.