A new Rassmussen poll released Monday showed that a plurality of likely voters viewed President Joe Biden as a “weaker” commander-in-chief than most presidents.
Forty-three percent of respondents said Biden was “weaker,” while 32 percent said he was “stronger,” 18 percent said “about the same,” and 7 percent were unsure.
Of course, more Democrats thought Biden was stronger at 55%, while 75% of Republicans thought he was weaker.
A majority, 54%, said Biden was “less aggressive” in pushing for what’s best for America while dealing with foreign leaders. Only 24% said Biden was “more aggressive” about this, while 16% said he was “the same.”
Of course, some Democrats may view being “less aggressive” as better, which may have something to do with why Biden is perceived that way.
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