In the Pew Research Center’s barometer, 66% of respondents still regard the United States as a “reliable partner,” but there is no doubt that this question has been resolved.
The impact is spectacular. After visiting the main White House, the image of the US president among Washington’s main allies has greatly improved. According to the two decades-long barometer, the image of the US president is closely following. Le Puyue Research Center, Released on Thursday, June 10. The survey involved more than a dozen countries, mainly Europe, and polls were conducted in March and April.
In 2020, only 26% of German respondents had a good impression of the United States, and now this proportion is 59%. This improvement is similar in France, with positive ratings rising from 31% to 65%, such as Canada (from 35% to 61%), Australia (from 33% to 48%) or Japan (from 41% to 71%).
This very strong improvement is largely due to the quality of the former Vice President of Barack Obama. Although in the 15 or so countries surveyed, the vast majority believe that his predecessor Donald Trump is ” dangerous “(72%) and” arrogant “(90%), Joe Biden’s evaluation is just the opposite” qualified “(77% instead of 16% of the Republican Party) to perform his functions. Most people also regard it as ” Leader Fort “(62%, not Donald Trump’s 46%).
This skill is reflected in the improved judgment of the United States on the management of the Covid-19 epidemic, even if Germany, China or all European countries are clearly behind in this regard. By 2020, only 15% of respondents in selected countries believe that the United States has responded well to the epidemic: they now think that the proportion is 37%.
Most people are again overwhelming (75%, instead of his predecessor’s 17%) and confident in Joe Biden’s abilities. ” Good foreign policy decisions “. This is especially true in Sweden (85% instead of 15% for Donald Trump in 2020), France (74% instead of 11%) or Germany (78% instead of 10%). Joe Biden (Joe Biden) The main axis proposed by) has also been well received, such as the return to the World Health Organization (86%), the Paris climate agreement (82%) or the democratic country summit project (85%).
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