August 25, 2021: Following the withdrawal from Afghanistan, 49% of voters believe countries such as China and Russia now perceive the United States as weaker than before. A Scott Rasmussen national survey found that 21% disagree and 30% are not sure.
There is a wide partisan divide. Republicans tend to think the U.S. is perceived as weaker than before while Democrats are evenly divided.
Most white and Hispanic voters believe the U.S. is perceived as weaker. Black voters are evenly divided.
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- ScottRasmussen.com, "Following Afghanistan withdrawal, 49 percent believe Russia and China perceive U.S. as weaker; 21% disagree" August 24, 2021
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