“According to a recent Gallup poll, faith in the U.S. government is at its lowest ebb among G7 countries. Only 31% of American adults now trust their own government, a sharp decline from 56% in 2006, while a stunning 69% lack faith in the government. Even the United Kingdom has a marginally higher trust level, with 33% of adults having faith in their government.
This development comes as a recent Fox News survey shows that many Americans fear that the nation’s greatest days are behind us.
Other G7 countries report more faith in their governments. Germany leads the pack with 61%, followed by Canada at 51%, France at 46%, Japan at 43%, and Italy at 41%.
Gallup’s analysis indicates a declining trend in the American public’s confidence in their government over the years. However, there was a marked drop from 46% to 40% after President Biden took office in 2021, and another decrease to 31% in 2022.
Amidst low approval ratings throughout his term, Biden’s presidency is currently in a precarious situation. His approval ratings have been oscillating between 42% and 46%.
Adding to this, another Gallup poll disclosed that only 39% of U.S. adults feel a high level of pride for their country, barely higher than the record low reported last year.”
Source Fox News