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Rasmussen Reports released a new phone and online survey that states 61 percent of likely U.S. voters are more interested in finding a solution that most benefits the United States when thinking about problems in the world.

Thirty-three percent disagree and said they’re more interested in finding a solution that is better for the world.

Those who endorse America First has increased since Feb. 2017.

Four years ago, 78 percent of voters said President Donald J. Trump favored an American First policy. Less than one-third of Americans say the same about President Joe Biden.

Thirty-two percent of voters believe Biden is more interested in finding a solution that most benefits the United States. Forty-six believe Biden is more interested in doing what’s better for the whole world.

Author: Jacob Hall