Most Americans believe world less stable under Biden: Poll
A TIPP poll conducted for the Center for Security Policy finds that the majority of Americans believed that the world has become more unstable since Biden took office.
The majority of Americans find that the world has become more unstable under President Joe Biden with many geopolitical tensions between the US and other countries, such as Russia and China, in addition to Washington suffering a tremendous defeat in Afghanistan.
51% of Americans said they believed the world was "less stable" since the Democrats took power. However, not everyone felt the same, especially not those who supported Biden's party. There was a vast chasm between what Democrats, Republicans, and independents said.
88% of Republicans said they believed the world was less stable, a whopping four-fold the amount of Democrats who felt so (22%). Independents were more inclined against Biden, with a small majority of 53% saying they believed the world was less secure.
A minority of 24% asserted that the world has been more stable under Biden; the majority of that group was composed of Democrats (48%) and Liberals (45%). Only 5% of Republicans believed that the world has been more stable under Biden.
Overall, 7% of the respondents said they were not sure of the state of the world after Biden became President, and 18% said they thought there had not been any sort of significant change.
In light of the latest tensions, a recent TIPP poll found that 56% of Americans blamed Biden's failure in Afghanistan for pushing Russia into war with Ukraine, saying Moscow perceived the US as weak because of the snafu.