John Connelly 6/9/2020
Biden is significantly ahead of Trump in popularity ranking
Joe Biden has widened the gap with Donald Trump to 14%. The presidentвЂ™s rating has dropped to a minimum since impeachment in December 2019.
The rating of US President Donald Trump fell to 38% amid protests against police violence against black Americans. According to the results of its polls, CNN reports on Tuesday, June 9.
Surveys show that Trump's approval rating has dropped by 7 points compared to last month's polls. Now the president is even further behind Joe Biden, the alleged Democratic presidential candidate. The latter has support at the highest level now.
At the same time, 38% of Americans polled approve of how Trump is managing the presidency, while 57% do not approve. This is his worst approval rating since January 2019.
In addition, Trump is 14% behind Biden. The current president is supported by 41% of respondents, while Biden's support is 55% and is the highest.
According to the survey, the public does not approve of Trump's attitude to racial issues (63% do not approve), and 65% say that the presidentвЂ™s reaction to recent protests was more harmful than useful.
Due to the fact that 42% of respondents called racial relations extremely important for their vote for the president this fall, this issue now stands at the same level as the economy and health care.
Finally, voters give Biden a greater credit of trust вЂ” 63% believe that Biden will cope with racial issues better, and only 31% prefer to see Trump for this task. Among black voters, Biden is also preferred: 91% versus 4% for Trump. Biden bypasses Trump in the fight against coronavirus (B вЂ” 55%, T вЂ” 41%). Trump is only superior to Biden in managing the economy: 51% trust the president, 46% trust Biden.
Earlier media reported that Biden scored votes for the presidential candidate. According to the primary election on Tuesday in a number of states, Biden now has 1,993 votes, with 1,991 required.
In turn, Trump said that Biden had a lot of rest and did not deal with the problem of racism. The former vice president and senator treated the African American population badly and did nothing for him, says the US president.
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