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Rasmussen Reports released a new national phone and online survey on Memorial Day that shows just 32 percent of likely U.S. voters believe that President Joe Biden is a stronger commander in chief for the military compared to most recent presidents.

Forty-three percent believe Biden is a weaker commander in chief than most recent presidents while 18 percent said Biden is about the same.

Three years ago, 40 percent of voters as well as a majority with military experience said that President Donald J. Trump was a stronger commander-in-chief for the military than most recent presidents.

Fifty-five percent of Democrats believe Biden is a stronger commander in chief, but only 12 percent of Republicans and 25 percent of unaffiliated voters agree.

Seventy-five percent of Republicans and 44 percent of unaffiliated voters said Biden is a weaker commander in chief compared to most recent presidents. Thirteen percent of Democrats agree.

Fifty-four percent of all likely voters said Biden is less aggressive than most recent presidents in pushing what’s best for America. Just 24 percent said Biden is more aggressive.

Author: Jacob Hall