(TheLibertyRevolution.com)- Americans aren’t impressed with President Joe Biden, and a new poll from Rasmussen Reports reveals that a majority of Americans consider him unimpressive when it comes to foreign policy.
The poll was performed less than a week before President Biden attended the G7 summit in Cornwall, England, and before he engaged in behind-closed-doors discussions with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
It found that 39% of likely American voters consider Biden to be “poor” in his foreign policy approach, and a further 14% of Americans think he performed “fair.” Respondents were answering a question about how they would rate President Joe Biden’s handling of foreign policy so far.
That means more than 50% aren’t exactly impressed with the new president. Hardly a vote of confidence in the man who is meant to be protecting America, is it?
Biden also proved unpopular among independent voters, with just 13% of respondents who didn’t consider themselves Republicans or Democrats even thinking he performed “fair.” A massive 42% of respondents said that Biden was “poor.”
Again, that’s more than 50% of Americans – this time, independent Americans – who are not impressed with President Joe Biden’s performance.
Believe it or not, there are still some Americans who would consider Biden’s foreign policy work to be “excellent”…but it’s not too many. Just 25% of respondents said that they consider the president to be performing well.
What’s notable about that is presidents usually go through a period known as the “honeymoon” phase in the polls, where voters are more willing to give presidents a break and wait a little longer before casting judgment on their work.
But for Joe Biden, his failures are apparent. After refusing to host a joint press conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin following his secretive meeting in Geneva, Switzerland, last Wednesday, the president appeared unwilling or incapable of performing normal diplomatic tasks.
And that’s not going down well.
You can see the full results of the poll here.