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25% of voters see the Biden era as ‘mostly good for America’, compared to 42% for Trump




25% of voters see the Biden era as 'mostly good for America', compared to 42% for Trump

A shocking new poll conducted by The New York Times and Siena College found that only 25% of Americans think Joe Biden’s years as president have been “mostly good for America.” has learned.

By comparison, 42% of the 1,059 registered voters were The times spoke between April 7 and April 11, remember the years that Donald Trump was president as “mostly good for America.”

The poll shows that views of Trump’s presidency have become significantly more positive since he left office, with even self-described “Trump haters” changing their minds over the past four years.

“When he first started running, I thought, what is this guy talking about? What is he even saying? He’s saying all the wrong things,” he said. Maya Garciaa 23-year-old restaurant worker from Canoga Park, California.

“But to be honest, if you look deep into his personality, he actually cares about the country,” she added. “You know, I didn’t like it at first. But sometimes we need people like that in our lives.”

Garcia voted for Biden in 2020 but was dissatisfied with his handling of the border, crime, mental health and the rising cost of living. She said she plans to vote for Trump in November.

Others echoed similar sentiments, remembering the Trump era as a time of economic prosperity and national security, compared to the higher costs and increased inflation during Biden’s presidency.

‘We all had a little more money in our pockets when he was in power. I think he spent more money than any other president I’ve ever had in my life.” Marecus Maupin41, said about Trump.

“It now feels like even though I deserve more, I don’t see it.”

This shift in perception is not unexpected, as presidents are typically remembered more positively after leaving office.

While President George W. Bush’s average approval rating during his time in office was 49%, voters now give him an approval rating of 57%. Similarly, President Barack Obama’s approval rating rose 15% after leaving the White House. according to Gallup.

What’s unusual is that Trump is running for president again, meaning the softening of public opinion could have a very real effect on the 2024 race. Only one chairman, Grover Clevelandonce served two non-consecutive terms.

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However, not everyone has changed their mind. “He’s horrible. He’s a narcissist. He is dishonest. He is a misogynist,” said Dead Flint, 74, of Boca Raton, Florida. “I could never, ever, ever vote for Trump.”

But if the 2024 presidential election were held today, 45% of voters who responded to the poll said they would vote for Biden, while 46% said they would vote for Trump.