According to News i Agency’s International Group, the results of a poll among the people of the United States showed that the credibility of “American democracy” in their view is still declining.
According to the publication “News WeekAccording to a Pew Research Center poll released Thursday, only 14 percent of Canadians believe “democracy in the United States is a good example for other countries.”
Among European countries, more than half of those polled said the United States was no longer a good example of democracy. Fifty-seven percent of the Dutch, 56 percent of the Swedes and the British, 54 percent of the people of Germany, Belgium and Spain, 53 percent of the French, 49 percent of the Italians and 45 percent of the Greeks agreed with this statement.
Also, 27% of Germans and French believe that “the United States has never been a good example of democracy in the world”, which is the highest figure ever recorded.
On the other hand, only 23% of people in the 16 countries and regions surveyed believe that the United States is currently a good example of democracy.
In addition, another poll published by the Bertelsmann Foundation and the German Marshall Fund’s think tank shows that the decline in US influence in the world has not improved since the outbreak of the coronavirus, but China’s reputation as a key US competitor. May be accompanied by an increase (more details).
Since the outbreak of the coronavirus in the world in late 2019, the United States has become the largest outbreak of the disease in the world with more than 34 million infected and more than six hundred thousand victims. Meanwhile, the former US administration tried to justify delays in the fight against the Corona virus by accusing China of spreading the virus and cutting ties with the World Health Organization.
On the other hand, former US President Donald Trump, after losing the 2020 presidential election, claimed widespread electoral fraud, which eventually led to his supporters’ attack on the US Congress building and his second impeachment.
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