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51 Percent Of Americans Believe The World Is Less Stable Since President Biden Took Office: CSP/TIPP Poll

Under President Biden, geopolitical tensions with Russia and China have risen, while America lost face in the Afghan debacle.

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51 percent of Americans believe the world is less stable since President Biden took office, according to a TIPP poll conducted for the Center for Security Policy.

The survey, conducted in early March, asked “Generally speaking, since President Biden took office is the world…” 24 percent of respondents said that the world was more stable, 18 percent said there had been no significant change, and 7 percent were not sure.

There was a sharp difference along party lines: 22 percent of Democrats, 88 percent of Republicans, and 53 percent of independents believe the world is less secure.

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The RealClearMarkets/TIPP Economic Optimism Index is the earliest take on consumer confidence each month and predicts with high reliability monthly changes in sentiment in well-known polls by The Conference Board and the University of Michigan. Began in February 2001, the Indices were developed by TIPP for its media partners

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