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Poll Shows Majority of Voters Doubt Biden’s Ability to Tackle Terror Threats

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A new poll found that a majority of Americans eligible to vote do not see President Joe Biden as competent enough to deal with terrorism.

According to the Rasmussen poll, released Monday, only 30 percent of likely U.S. voters expressed that they were very confident in Biden’s ability to deal with terrorist threats to the United States.

Roughly 16 percent said they were somewhat confident in the president’s ability to deal with such threats.

Twelve percent were not very confident and 40 percent were not at all confident in Biden’s ability to deal with terrorist threats.

The results, which had a 95 percent level of confidence and a margin of sampling error of plus or minus 3 points, were from a survey Rasmussen Reports conducted between April 29 and May 2 among 1,000 likely voters in the country.

The five questions asked were:

• “How closely have you followed recent news reports about terrorist threats to the United States?”
• “Which is the greater threat to the United States, foreign terrorism or domestic terrorism?”
• “Has the threat of terrorism gone up or down since Joe Biden became president? Or has the threat remained about the same?”
• “How confident are you in President Biden’s ability to deal with terrorist threats to the United States?”
• “Was the January 6 riot by some Trump supporters at the U.S. Capitol a terrorist act?”

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