Another G7 Poll, You’ll Never Guess Who Landed at the Bottom

“A brand-new Gallup poll revealed on the eve of Independence Day that faith in the United States government is now the worst amongst the G7 nations. Just 31% of American adults reported having confidence in their own government, a significant drop from the 56% peak in 2006. Conversely, a staggering 69% expressed distrust in the current U.S. government.

Even our British counterparts have shown a slighter edge, with 33% of adults reporting confidence in their governing body.

This news arrives while voters are asking, as indicated by a recent Fox News poll: “”Are America’s best days over?”” It appears many believe so.

Other countries in the G7 don’t share the American sentiment. Germany took the lead with 61% confidence, followed by Canada at 51%, France at 46%, Japan at 43%, and Italy at 41%.

Gallup reports that American faith in government has been steadily waning over the years. However, it suffered a significant drop, sliding from 46% to 40% following Biden’s inauguration in 2021. By 2022, it was down to a dismal 31%, a low point previously reached in 2013, 2016, and 2018.

Biden’s presidency seems to be continually marred by dwindling approval ratings, remaining in the low-to-mid-40s over the past year as per a recent Fox News poll.

Another recent Gallup poll disclosed that only 39% of U.S. adults express “”extreme pride”” in their country, barely above last year’s record low. Could this, too, be an ominous sign of the current administration’s performance?”

Source Fox News