Recent polls conducted by Rasmussen Reports, reveal that President Biden’s military and race relations efforts have fallen flat. The results showed that Biden is a weak and ineffective leader that inspires little confidence in two of the most important aspects of being Commander-in-Chief.
According to The Washington Examiner:
In one timed for Memorial Day, voters by a margin of 43%-32% said that Biden was a weaker chief compared to recent presidents.
Worse, it found that most feel Biden is “less aggressive” with foreign leaders in pushing American interests first.
And in another timed for Biden’s trip to Tulsa, Oklahoma, today for ceremonies on the 100th anniversary of the so-called Tulsa massacre, voters 39%-28% said race relations have turned worse since Biden took office.
Both polls, conducted by Rasmussen Reports, were poor grades on timely issues for Biden and likely a surprise to a White House that has made efforts to focus on military and race issues.
President Biden’s popularity has steadily declined since his inauguration. Other polls gauging his handling of the border crisis has also painted a poor picture with a majority of Americans saying they think he’s done a horrible job.