Fifty-one percent of voters were confident in Trump’s mental ability and physical stamina to lead the country, but only 32 percent could say the same about Biden, the poll found.

Voter opinion of both candidates has changed from a 2020 study conducted months before the last presidential election.

In 2020, only 45 percent of voters were confident in Trump’s resilience. More than half of voters at the time were confident in Biden’s resilience, a statistic that has declined significantly.

The trend is also true among Democratic voters: 91 percent of Democrats surveyed in the summer of 2020 were confident in Biden’s physical and mental stamina, compared to 72 percent today.

The Monmouth University survey was conducted by telephone Feb. 8-12 with 902 adults. The question results are based on 822 registered voters and have a margin of error of plus or minus 4.3 percentage points.

More broadly, the report found that support for the candidates hasn’t changed much since a survey last fall: About four in 10 voters surveyed said they would “definitely” or “probably” support Trump, and the same number would support Biden.

By Sam