Unsurprisingly, the Goldilocks assessment is most common in all three cases.
Even with the relentless lying about Trump’s alleged cozy relationship with Russia, his voters are 7x as likely to say he is too soft on the country as they are to say he is too tough on it.
For comparative purposes, again how Biden voters view things:
The political opposition thinks the party in power is too soft on X foreign country. The party in power thinks its approach on X foreign country is just right. Too tough, though? Ha!
One might think that is what the Libertarians are for, though only small minorities of Jorgensen’s voters said Trump’s approach was too tough. Hawkins’ voters, in contrast, registered exclusively among the too tough numbers for all three countries. Green voters made up 1% of those who see Trump’s approach to each of the three countries as too tough. They made up 0% of those who viewed the approaches as not tough enough and as about right.