US President Joe Biden’s foreign policy is considered better in Europe than at home, particularly for his efforts against the Russian invasion of Ukraine, according to a transatlantic poll released on Thursday.
Biden has a higher foreign policy approval rating in Europe than the US in every country surveyed, except Italy and Turkey, according to this 14-nation survey conducted by the US German Marshall Fund, a Washington-based think tank.
Poland is one of the most supportive countries of Ukraine in the European Union, where it is most popular. 74 percent of those surveyed said they fully or partially approved of the US President’s foreign policy, while 13% said they disapproved.
The pass rates in Lithuania, Romania, Portugal, Sweden and Germany are over 60%. In France, 49% of those surveyed said they approved of its foreign policy, compared to 40% who said they did not.
In the United States, 47% responded that they support Biden’s foreign policy.
According to this survey, 64% consider the United States to be the most influential country in the world, up slightly from the previous year. According to the survey, the European Union ranks second ahead of China.
In addition, the survey underscores the lack of support for a possible US military intervention in Taiwan if China decides to invade the island. Only 7% of Americans say they are in favor of it, and even less in Europe.
The survey was conducted between late June and early July and sampled an average of 1,500 people in each of the countries surveyed.