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NYT Poll: Views of Trump’s Presidency Improves After Three Years of Joe Biden

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Trump’s presidency improves


Following President Joe Biden taking office, a New York Times/Siena poll discovered that voters’ perception of former President Donald Trump’s presidency increased by nine points.

Biden’s term


During Biden’s term, there was a significant rise in costs across various sectors, conflicts erupted in the Middle East and Ukraine, the U.S. faced challenges with the Afghanistan withdrawal, and over 1.7 million undocumented individuals entered the country.

Polling metrics


Key polling metrics show Trump became far more positive since 2020: 42 percent said Trump’s tenure was “mostly good for America,” compared to only 25 percent for Biden. More voters (up 11 points) regard Trump as a “safe choice” than previously viewed in 2016.



More voters (up 10 points) approve of Trump’s handling of the economy and more voters (up 9 points) think Trump left the country better off.

Law and order


More voters (up 8 points) approve of Trump’s handling of maintaining law and order. Forty-three percent of respondents voted for Biden in 2020, while only 36 percent voted for Trump.

Registered voters


The poll sampled 1,059 registered voters from April 7-11 with a 3.7 point margin of error. Despite the lingering memories of Mr. Trump’s tumultuous administration, many voters now hold a more positive view of his economic policies, approach to immigration, and efforts to maintain law and order.

2020 election


Prior to the 2020 election, only 39 percent of voters believed the country had improved under Trump’s leadership. However, in retrospect, nearly half now believe that he made positive changes during his presidency.

Trump era


The poll’s results highlight how a segment of the electorate has revised their opinions about the Trump era, viewing it as a period of economic prosperity and robust national security.

Felony charges


This shift in perception occurs even as Mr. Trump faces multiple felony charges and prepares to appear in a New York court for jury selection in one of his four criminal trials on Monday.



A significant portion of Mr. Trump’s core supporters, such as white voters lacking a college degree, tend to hold a positive perspective on his presidency.



However, a wide range of the population, including Hispanic voters, individuals over 30, and many lower- and middle-income voters, now perceive Mr. Trump’s tenure in office more favorably than unfavorably.

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