President Joe Biden begins his term with a majority of Americans having confidence in his ability to handle international affairs. In a new survey, 60% of U.S. adults have confidence in Biden on foreign policy.

But the sharp partisan divides in views of the presidential election and its aftermath are also reflected in attitudes about U.S. foreign policy, particularly Biden’s handling of world affairs. 88% of Democrats and Democratic-leaning independents express confidence in Biden’s ability to handle foreign affairs, compared with only 27% of Republicans and Republican leaners.