Again, as illustrated by the skidmark, the car is travelling at high speed in the direction of the red arrows. But this time the front end is suffering from insufficient grip. Look where the front tires are pointing relative to the rear tires, as indicated by the yellow arrows.
The slip angle of the front tires is larger than the slip angle of the rear tires.
In order to keep the car balanced and continuing to follow this right-hand corner, the driver is holding in more steering angle to the right.
A common rookie driving error when encountering understeer is to crank in way too much
steering angle, in panic sometimes dialing the steering all the way to full lock. When the front tires are set at too large a drift angle, way beyond the angle of maximum grip, it only makes the understeer worse.
In this image the nose of the car is still pointing toward the inside of the turn relative to the car's line of travel, and the cornering forces are still 'balanced' making the car yaw clockwise as it follows the curve.
Nonetheless, this is Understeer.