The US assessed Trump's chances of bypassing Biden in the event of a new election
A poll in the United States assessed the chances of former leader Donald Trump to bypass incumbent President Joe Biden in the event of a new election. According to a study by Emerson College in Boston, the former head of state would have won the vote by one percentage point.
So, Trump is predicted 47 percent against 46 for Biden. At the same time, 60 percent of representatives of the Democratic Party are ready to vote for the incumbent president, 37 would like to see someone else in the White House. The ex-leader is ready to support 67 percent of Republicans.
Also, respondents were asked about the situation in Afghanistan, 68 percent answered that the United States lost this war.
Earlier, a Reuters poll in conjunction with the sociological service Ipsos showed that the approval rating of US President Joe Biden fell to the lowest level since his inauguration after the Taliban seizure of power in Afghanistan. 46 percent of American adults approve of a White House chef, the lowest on a weekly poll that began when the leader took office in January.
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