Pew Global Research: US’ International Reputation Surges Back Under Biden

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President Biden has promised the world that “America is back.”
As he takes his first trip abroad as president, a Pew Research Center global survey released Thursday shows that many in advanced economies believe it.
Trust in the U.S. president fell to historic lows in most countries surveyed during Donald Trump’s presidency, according to Pew.
Under Biden, it has soared. In the 12 countries surveyed both this year and last, a median of 75 percent of respondents expressed confidence in Biden to “do the right thing regarding world affairs,” Pew found, compared with 17 percent for Trump last year. Sixty-two percent of respondents now have a favorable view of the United States vs. 34 percent at the end of Trump’s presidency.
“The election of Joe Biden as president has led to a dramatic shift in America’s international image,” the Pew report reads.
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The findings come a day after Biden touched down in England on the first leg of a whirlwind trip through Europe. On his agenda: a meeting of the Group of Seven nations in Cornwall, a NATO summit in Brussels, and tête-à-têtes with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Biden’s personal diplomacy to be tested by allies — and one adversary — on his first trip abroad
In an op-ed in The Washington Post, Biden cast his voyage as a sort of redemption tour — a chance to revitalize the nation’s strained alliances and rally like-minded democracies to “meet the challenges and deter the threats of this new age.”
The Pew findings suggest that he will encounter leaders whose publics are confident in his leadership and supportive of key foreign policy priorities.
Results of a 2021 Pew Research Center survey compare President Biden and President Donald Trump's traits. (Pew Research Center)
The United States’ favorability rating grew at least 23 percentage points from last year in France, Germany, Italy and the United Kingdom, and a majority of respondents in all four view the country positively.
Among all 16 publics surveyed this spring, German Chancellor Angela Merkel ranks just ahead of Biden in the percentage of respondents who said they trust the leader’s decision-making on world affairs, with a median score of 77 percent. But Biden, with 74 percent, garnered higher rates of confidence than French President Emmanuel Macron, Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping.
“In many cases, however, the share who have confidence in Biden is not as high as the share who had confidence in [President Barack] Obama at the start or end of his presidency,” the Pew report notes.
Findings from a 2021 Pew Research Center survey show confidence ratings for five world leaders. (Pew Research Center)
A median of 89 percent of people approved of the United States rejoining the World Health Organization, and a median of 85 percent supported the United States rejoining the Paris climate agreement. Trump’s withdrawal from the Paris agreement was widely criticized among advanced economies. Since taking office, Biden has sought to position the United States as a global leader in fighting climate change.
Perceptions of the United States’ handling of the coronavirus pandemic have also improved. Still, among all the publics surveyed, a median of 37 percent think the United States has done a good job. Many rate the United States below Germany, the WHO, China and the European Union in terms of pandemic response.
Biden says he will raise refugee limit from 15,000 to 62,500, after widespread criticism for extending Trump-era levels
And signs of skepticism about the United States’ dependability remain.
Among the 16 publics Pew surveyed in 2021, majorities or pluralities described the United States as a “somewhat reliable” partner. The proportion of respondents who said the United States is “very reliable” was below 20 percent in every place.
And with the United States having the highest coronavirus death toll in the world, a divided nation still licking its wounds after the Jan. 6 insurrection and Trump still wielding political clout, the image of American democracy appears to have taken a lasting hit.
Attitudes are mixed about how well the U.S. political system functions, and in most surveyed publics, less than 10 percent of respondents said it works very well.
“Publics in the advanced economies surveyed are largely skeptical that democracy in the U.S. is a good example for other countries to follow,” the report reads.
Majorities in most places think the United States “used to be a good example, but has not been in recent years,” while up to about a quarter reject the notion that it has ever been a model democracy. Young people were particularly skeptical in about half of places surveyed.
Results of a Pew Research Center survey in spring 2021 show divided opinions on the efficacy of the U.S. political system. (Pew Research Center)
Most people surveyed continued to say the United States doesn’t factor the interests of countries like theirs into foreign policy decisions, although attitudes across Europe vary.
A majority of respondents in Asian-Pacific regions also said the United States discounts their interests, with the exception of Japan. Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga was the first foreign leader Biden hosted at the White House.
NATO, meanwhile, has a median favorability rating of 61 percent, and positive views of the alliance are “at or near all-time highs across several member states,” the Pew report reads.
It’s a finding that will hearten leaders, including Biden, who seek to breathe fresh life into NATO next week. The alliance took a beating in recent years when Trump threatened to pull out of it and Macron declared that it was experiencing “brain death.”
Pew said its 2021 findings on the United States’ international image were based on data from nationally representative surveys of more than 16,000 adults in 16 advanced economies conducted over the phone from March to May. Findings related to the coronavirus pandemic also incorporated a survey of about 2,600 U.S. adults conducted in February 2021 using Pew’s American Trends Panel.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/2021/06/10/pew-global-approval-biden-us/

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President Biden has promised the world that “America is back.”
As he takes his first trip abroad as president, a Pew Research Center global survey released Thursday shows that many in advanced economies believe it.
Trust in the U.S. president fell to historic lows in most countries surveyed during Donald Trump’s presidency, according to Pew.
Under Biden, it has soared. In the 12 countries surveyed both this year and last, a median of 75 percent of respondents expressed confidence in Biden to “do the right thing regarding world affairs,” Pew found, compared with 17 percent for Trump last year. Sixty-two percent of respondents now have a favorable view of the United States vs. 34 percent at the end of Trump’s presidency.
“The election of Joe Biden as president has led to a dramatic shift in America’s international image,” the Pew report reads.
ADVERTISING
The findings come a day after Biden touched down in England on the first leg of a whirlwind trip through Europe. On his agenda: a meeting of the Group of Seven nations in Cornwall, a NATO summit in Brussels, and tête-à-têtes with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Biden’s personal diplomacy to be tested by allies — and one adversary — on his first trip abroad
In an op-ed in The Washington Post, Biden cast his voyage as a sort of redemption tour — a chance to revitalize the nation’s strained alliances and rally like-minded democracies to “meet the challenges and deter the threats of this new age.”
The Pew findings suggest that he will encounter leaders whose publics are confident in his leadership and supportive of key foreign policy priorities.
Results of a 2021 Pew Research Center survey compare President Biden and President Donald Trump's traits. (Pew Research Center)
The United States’ favorability rating grew at least 23 percentage points from last year in France, Germany, Italy and the United Kingdom, and a majority of respondents in all four view the country positively.
Among all 16 publics surveyed this spring, German Chancellor Angela Merkel ranks just ahead of Biden in the percentage of respondents who said they trust the leader’s decision-making on world affairs, with a median score of 77 percent. But Biden, with 74 percent, garnered higher rates of confidence than French President Emmanuel Macron, Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping.
“In many cases, however, the share who have confidence in Biden is not as high as the share who had confidence in [President Barack] Obama at the start or end of his presidency,” the Pew report notes.
Findings from a 2021 Pew Research Center survey show confidence ratings for five world leaders. (Pew Research Center)
A median of 89 percent of people approved of the United States rejoining the World Health Organization, and a median of 85 percent supported the United States rejoining the Paris climate agreement. Trump’s withdrawal from the Paris agreement was widely criticized among advanced economies. Since taking office, Biden has sought to position the United States as a global leader in fighting climate change.
Perceptions of the United States’ handling of the coronavirus pandemic have also improved. Still, among all the publics surveyed, a median of 37 percent think the United States has done a good job. Many rate the United States below Germany, the WHO, China and the European Union in terms of pandemic response.
Biden says he will raise refugee limit from 15,000 to 62,500, after widespread criticism for extending Trump-era levels
And signs of skepticism about the United States’ dependability remain.
Among the 16 publics Pew surveyed in 2021, majorities or pluralities described the United States as a “somewhat reliable” partner. The proportion of respondents who said the United States is “very reliable” was below 20 percent in every place.
And with the United States having the highest coronavirus death toll in the world, a divided nation still licking its wounds after the Jan. 6 insurrection and Trump still wielding political clout, the image of American democracy appears to have taken a lasting hit.
Attitudes are mixed about how well the U.S. political system functions, and in most surveyed publics, less than 10 percent of respondents said it works very well.
“Publics in the advanced economies surveyed are largely skeptical that democracy in the U.S. is a good example for other countries to follow,” the report reads.
Majorities in most places think the United States “used to be a good example, but has not been in recent years,” while up to about a quarter reject the notion that it has ever been a model democracy. Young people were particularly skeptical in about half of places surveyed.
Results of a Pew Research Center survey in spring 2021 show divided opinions on the efficacy of the U.S. political system. (Pew Research Center)
Most people surveyed continued to say the United States doesn’t factor the interests of countries like theirs into foreign policy decisions, although attitudes across Europe vary.
A majority of respondents in Asian-Pacific regions also said the United States discounts their interests, with the exception of Japan. Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga was the first foreign leader Biden hosted at the White House.
NATO, meanwhile, has a median favorability rating of 61 percent, and positive views of the alliance are “at or near all-time highs across several member states,” the Pew report reads.
It’s a finding that will hearten leaders, including Biden, who seek to breathe fresh life into NATO next week. The alliance took a beating in recent years when Trump threatened to pull out of it and Macron declared that it was experiencing “brain death.”
Pew said its 2021 findings on the United States’ international image were based on data from nationally representative surveys of more than 16,000 adults in 16 advanced economies conducted over the phone from March to May. Findings related to the coronavirus pandemic also incorporated a survey of about 2,600 U.S. adults conducted in February 2021 using Pew’s American Trends Panel.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/2021/06/10/pew-global-approval-biden-us/

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^ Not to defend feeble Joe but any sane person knows Joe is suffering from dementia, so his detachment and incompetence is explainable. What concerns me more are the so-called “experts” he has surrounded himself with, they have gotten everything so wrong…..or have they? 🤔 I mean, if at your core you truly believe this is an unjust, racist country, founded by less than imperfect men and needs to be “taught a lesson” then perhaps…..
 
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President Biden has promised the world that “America is back.”
As he takes his first trip abroad as president, a Pew Research Center global survey released Thursday shows that many in advanced economies believe it.
Trust in the U.S. president fell to historic lows in most countries surveyed during Donald Trump’s presidency, according to Pew.
Under Biden, it has soared. In the 12 countries surveyed both this year and last, a median of 75 percent of respondents expressed confidence in Biden to “do the right thing regarding world affairs,” Pew found, compared with 17 percent for Trump last year. Sixty-two percent of respondents now have a favorable view of the United States vs. 34 percent at the end of Trump’s presidency.
“The election of Joe Biden as president has led to a dramatic shift in America’s international image,” the Pew report reads.
ADVERTISING
The findings come a day after Biden touched down in England on the first leg of a whirlwind trip through Europe. On his agenda: a meeting of the Group of Seven nations in Cornwall, a NATO summit in Brussels, and tête-à-têtes with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Biden’s personal diplomacy to be tested by allies — and one adversary — on his first trip abroad
In an op-ed in The Washington Post, Biden cast his voyage as a sort of redemption tour — a chance to revitalize the nation’s strained alliances and rally like-minded democracies to “meet the challenges and deter the threats of this new age.”
The Pew findings suggest that he will encounter leaders whose publics are confident in his leadership and supportive of key foreign policy priorities.
Results of a 2021 Pew Research Center survey compare President Biden and President Donald Trump's traits. (Pew Research Center)
The United States’ favorability rating grew at least 23 percentage points from last year in France, Germany, Italy and the United Kingdom, and a majority of respondents in all four view the country positively.
Among all 16 publics surveyed this spring, German Chancellor Angela Merkel ranks just ahead of Biden in the percentage of respondents who said they trust the leader’s decision-making on world affairs, with a median score of 77 percent. But Biden, with 74 percent, garnered higher rates of confidence than French President Emmanuel Macron, Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping.
“In many cases, however, the share who have confidence in Biden is not as high as the share who had confidence in [President Barack] Obama at the start or end of his presidency,” the Pew report notes.
Findings from a 2021 Pew Research Center survey show confidence ratings for five world leaders. (Pew Research Center)
A median of 89 percent of people approved of the United States rejoining the World Health Organization, and a median of 85 percent supported the United States rejoining the Paris climate agreement. Trump’s withdrawal from the Paris agreement was widely criticized among advanced economies. Since taking office, Biden has sought to position the United States as a global leader in fighting climate change.
Perceptions of the United States’ handling of the coronavirus pandemic have also improved. Still, among all the publics surveyed, a median of 37 percent think the United States has done a good job. Many rate the United States below Germany, the WHO, China and the European Union in terms of pandemic response.
Biden says he will raise refugee limit from 15,000 to 62,500, after widespread criticism for extending Trump-era levels
And signs of skepticism about the United States’ dependability remain.
Among the 16 publics Pew surveyed in 2021, majorities or pluralities described the United States as a “somewhat reliable” partner. The proportion of respondents who said the United States is “very reliable” was below 20 percent in every place.
And with the United States having the highest coronavirus death toll in the world, a divided nation still licking its wounds after the Jan. 6 insurrection and Trump still wielding political clout, the image of American democracy appears to have taken a lasting hit.
Attitudes are mixed about how well the U.S. political system functions, and in most surveyed publics, less than 10 percent of respondents said it works very well.
“Publics in the advanced economies surveyed are largely skeptical that democracy in the U.S. is a good example for other countries to follow,” the report reads.
Majorities in most places think the United States “used to be a good example, but has not been in recent years,” while up to about a quarter reject the notion that it has ever been a model democracy. Young people were particularly skeptical in about half of places surveyed.
Results of a Pew Research Center survey in spring 2021 show divided opinions on the efficacy of the U.S. political system. (Pew Research Center)
Most people surveyed continued to say the United States doesn’t factor the interests of countries like theirs into foreign policy decisions, although attitudes across Europe vary.
A majority of respondents in Asian-Pacific regions also said the United States discounts their interests, with the exception of Japan. Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga was the first foreign leader Biden hosted at the White House.
NATO, meanwhile, has a median favorability rating of 61 percent, and positive views of the alliance are “at or near all-time highs across several member states,” the Pew report reads.
It’s a finding that will hearten leaders, including Biden, who seek to breathe fresh life into NATO next week. The alliance took a beating in recent years when Trump threatened to pull out of it and Macron declared that it was experiencing “brain death.”
Pew said its 2021 findings on the United States’ international image were based on data from nationally representative surveys of more than 16,000 adults in 16 advanced economies conducted over the phone from March to May. Findings related to the coronavirus pandemic also incorporated a survey of about 2,600 U.S. adults conducted in February 2021 using Pew’s American Trends Panel.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/2021/06/10/pew-global-approval-biden-us/
What’s next for Biden? Withdrawal of US Naval Forces from the far Pacific inviting China to take Taiwan?
 

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Just proving many UK Conservatives are as dumb as their American counterparts.
Awesome. Fvvk you, Biden...and every single fvcktard who voted for you.
Got your ass whooped by a better candidate than orange cult daddy. Biden beat the worst President of the last 50 years easily. He wasn’t my original choice, but a massive upgrade over Trump and his losers. Deal with it, bitch. 😁😁
 

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Just proving many UK Conservatives are as dumb as their American counterparts.

Got your ass whooped by a better candidate than orange cult daddy. Biden beat the worst President of the last 50 years easily. He wasn’t my original choice, but a massive upgrade over Trump and his losers. Deal with it, bitch. 😁😁
On a scale of 1 to Tinkerbell, where do you fall on the fairy scale? 🧚‍♀️
 

dhetiger

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Just proving many UK Conservatives are as dumb as their American counterparts.

Got your ass whooped by a better candidate than orange cult daddy. Biden beat the worst President of the last 50 years easily. He wasn’t my original choice, but a massive upgrade over Trump and his losers. Deal with it, bitch. 😁😁
Deal with it, bitch? Lmao. We know that your first choice would have been a douchebag on par with you, so I guess I should be thankful that this fvcking senile retard is in office instead. Thanks....bitch.
 

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Just proving many UK Conservatives are as dumb as their American counterparts.

Got your ass whooped by a better candidate than orange cult daddy. Biden beat the worst President of the last 50 years easily. He wasn’t my original choice, but a massive upgrade over Trump and his losers. Deal with it, bitch. 😁😁

Trouble is ….the labor party is just as pissed at the forgetful old man. All the G7 is.

something about betraying the Afghan allies and getting their own people out

it doesn’t sit well with them….doesn’t bother biden though.
 

BamaFan1137

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Just proving many UK Conservatives are as dumb as their American counterparts.

I guess their liberal counterparts are as well. Biden’s handling of this withdrawal has absolutely been universally panned. NO ONE, literally no one, is saying otherwise.

The Brits and the French are saving our ass right now. We owe them a huge debt of gratitude.
 

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Just proving many UK Conservatives are as dumb as their American counterparts.

Got your ass whooped by a better candidate than orange cult daddy. Biden beat the worst President of the last 50 years easily. He wasn’t my original choice, but a massive upgrade over Trump and his losers. Deal with it, bitch. 😁😁

Dementia Joe approval at 41% and dropping. Worst POTUS in the history of the union.

Biden's approval, down to 41%


This idiot will be in single digits soon to match his IQ.
 
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Dementia Joe approval at 41% and dropping. Worst POTUS in the history of the union.

Biden's approval, down to 41%


This idiot will be in single digits soon to match his IQ.
His lowest poll numbers were Trump’s high water mark, who was the true loser and failure of our time. You’re just butt-hurt over November. Worst? Hahahaha. Brainwashed cult member. 🤣

Which one of these brainiacs is you?…
 

Pops Masterson

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His lowest poll numbers were Trump’s high water mark, who was the true loser and failure of our time. You’re just butt-hurt over November. Worst? Hahahaha. Brainwashed cult member. 🤣

Which one of these brainiacs is you?…
Oh look, you watch Trevor Noah too! Lololol

You have been so easy to kick around on this board, and this is just more icing on the cake. Do you ever get tired of being a half-wit, racist, shameful loser?
 

Menace Sockeyes

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Oh look, you watch Trevor Noah too! Lololol

You have been so easy to kick around on this board, and this is just more icing on the cake. Do you ever get tired of being a half-wit, racist, shameful loser?
That’s Jordan Klepper, genius. He’s the guy I watch interview Trump-voting retards (redundant phrase, I know)
 

Orange_N_White

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The adults are back in charge…reputation surges with our allies…

it’s hard to imagine a bigger F-up then this administration