Temperature checks on the anniversary of the Capitol riots show that most people think America is in decline
According to a new poll conducted on the eve of the anniversary of the Capitol riots last year, a shocking 83% of registered voters in the United States are at least somewhat worried about the future of democracy in the country.
According to a report, the vast majority of Americans with various political beliefs are very or somewhat worried about the future of democracy in the country. Polls Published on Tuesday by USA Today and Suffolk University.
Concerns about the future of American democracy are evenly distributed between the two parties, with 82% of Democrats and 86% of Republicans expressing concerns about this situation. Only 15% said they “Not very worried“Or don’t worry about the future of American democracy at all.
In the past four years, most interviewees’ views on the future of democracy have also deteriorated, with 71% saying that American democracy has weakened, and only 18% think it has become stronger. Only 6% said it stayed the same.
The political outlook does predict what Americans think about how democracy will evolve during the four-year period, but even the majority of liberal respondents (62%) and 84% of conservative respondents agree that democracy has weakened.
The results of this poll are more shocking than the results of the NPR/Ipsos poll released on Monday, which found that 64% of Americans believe that American democracy is in crisis and is at risk of failure.
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