America’s reputation on the world stage appears to have recovered significantly since former President Donald Trump resigned and President Joe Biden became commander-in-chief. According to a Pew research study published Thursday,
While Biden was in Europe trying to repair relations with America’s allies. A median 75 percent of respondents expressed confidence in Biden, compared to 17 percent for Trump last year, according to the poll.
For example, in the UK, 64% of survey respondents said they viewed the US as in a good way That’s up from just 31 percent under Trump’s leadership.
Similar improvements in liking of 25 points or more were found in France, Germany, Italy and the Netherlands. The survey found that compared to Trump
The results showed that Of the 16,254 people in 16 countries surveyed in North America, Europe and the Asia-Pacific region between March and May, more than 60 percent said they believed Biden would “Doing the Right Thing” in World Affairs
Biden arrived in Britain on Wednesday for several meetings with world leaders, intending to underscore the message of his first foreign trip as president: “The United States is back.”
“Our alliance is not created by coercion or curation by threats. They are based on democratic ideals. A shared vision of the future Every sound is important,” Biden said after landing in the UK.
Most of the countries surveyed gave Biden a positive score. Overall, a median of 74 percent believed Biden would. “Do the right thing” in world affairs, according to Pew.
Pew conducted the survey between March and May in 12 to 16 countries, depending on the question: Australia, Belgium, England, Canada, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Japan, Netherlands, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Sweden and Taiwan.
The study found that in 16 countries surveyed Many still view the United States as a “relatively reliable partner.” Up to 20 percent of respondents said the United States was the “very reliable partner” in the Netherlands, with 80 percent saying the United States was a “very reliable partner.” Relatively credible or very reliable: 75% of Australian and Japanese respondents said the US Relatively credible or very credible: 44% in Taiwan and 43% in Greece said the US Not very reliable or not trustworthy at all
However, attitudes towards the United States still differ from country to country. For example, only about 50 percent of Singaporeans and Australians have a positive opinion of the United States and only 42 percent of New Zealanders like the United States. according to the results of the study And liking for Taiwan dropped slightly from 68 percent to 61 percent compared to the 2019 Pew poll.
Biden was expected to reassure America’s allies that democracy was strong in the United States during his travels. That comes months after global audiences and international leaders questioned their government after the Jan. 6 uprising. However, a median of just 50 percent of respondents said in a Pew survey they believed. that America’s democracy is working
The survey noted that attitudes toward the United States were declining and flowing as the administration changed.
Pew noted that when former President Barack Obama took office in 2009, his preference increased compared to the George W. Bush administration. When Trump entered the White House in 2017, preference dropped sharply. For example, a median 34 percent of survey respondents in 12 countries had a good overall opinion of the United States last year. Now, the median of 62. % of countries take the United States optimistically