German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s response to the coronavirus pandemic has won broad approval even as other top-class leaders face growing frustration, according to a poll from Kekst CNC, which was distributed to Axios.
Large Image: Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s truly horrific ratings are driven in large part by economic concerns, while the increasing number of cases has caused President Trump to slump to new lows in the poll. Merkel, meanwhile, won high marks in the fields of public health and economics.
- French President Emmanuel Macron rates are far worse, but the number has risen from -17% last month.
- Everyone is headed in the wrong direction, including British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who from the beginning has been increasing in popularity.
- 64% of Britons think the government is pulling out locks too early, and 67% think the government is just making it up over time.
- The beloved British National Health Service gets a score of + 85% for a pandemic response.
- In Sweden, confidence in the government’s unorthodox approach has faded somewhat, although it is still relatively strong (+ 8%).
Important to note: Only 14% of Swedes said they wore masks indoors in public spaces, compared to 47% in Britain and a large majority in France (74%), the US (75%), Germany (79%) and Japan (84%)) .
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