The Biggest Difference Between Trump And Biden

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( – A recent Gallup poll has found that 57 percent of respondents think that President Joe Biden is “likable.” This marks a nine percent decrease when compared to 2020 when 66 percent of respondents had held the same view. 

Former President Donald Trump on the other hand was described as a “strong and decisive leader” by 57 percent of Americans in 2024. In 2020, 56 percent of Americans held that view of Trump. 

While the Gallup survey determined that there were positive qualities used to describe both the President and former President, the majority of Americans are going to have to choose between two candidates that they did not hold in high regard. 

Trump was only described as “likable” by 37 percent of Americans, marking a 20-point margin between him and Biden. Similarly, only 38 percent of Americans believe that Biden is a “strong and decisive” leader, which makes the margin between the two in this description 19 percent.

Jones pointed out that normally the presidential campaign would be a change for the candidates to boost the way that voters viewed them. He added that while this could potentially still be an option for the two candidates, both Trump and Biden have been in the national spotlight for a long time and the majority of Americans have an already established view of them. 

Jones pointed out that neither man was popular in his presidency and that this was shown by the generally low job approval ratings. 

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