Majority Rates Biden As ‘Weak’ Leader

A majority of Americans rated President Joe Biden as a weak leader, according to a recent poll. The results come as a number of recent polls show Biden with a historically low approval rating with a large majority of Americans believing that Biden is too old or unwell for a second term.

According to a recent Economist/YouGov poll, a majority said that Biden was a weak leader. Overall, 66% shared that assessment, including 46% who said that he was “very weak.” Furthermore, only 33% described Biden as a strong leader, with 22% saying he was “somewhat” strong and 11% saying that he was “very” strong.

Among those who said that Biden was a weak leader included 30% of Democrats and 75% of independents.

The recent poll also correlates with a number of other polls showing Trump receiving considerably higher ratings, both in approval of his presidency and in personal favorability.

The former president is also leading in a number of national and statewide polls, including in a number of crucial swing states that could decide the November election.

Trump has also led in a number of other surveys on specific issues, with his rating significantly higher than Biden on a number of topics, including crime, the economy, inflation and the border.

The former president also opened up a significant lead in a recent Fox News poll, with him leading by 5%.

According to the same poll, a majority of 52% of Americans said that they were worse off than they were four years ago. Another 22% said that they were better off. Among those who said that they were worse off included 28% of Democrats, 72% of Republicans and 59% of independents.

Only 18% of independents said that they were better off than they were four years prior.

Biden also received low marks regarding the economy, with only 38% approving of his job performance. Another 61% disapprove of his handling of the crucial issue. In the related topic of inflation, only 34% approved of Biden’s approach.