A new poll shows that most Americans describe America as a dysfunctional family on the brink of falling apart — a sentiment widely shared among members of rival political parties. I
gave Fox News poll asked voters about efforts to unite the country ahead of President Biden’s State of the Union address next Tuesday and found that 81% of Americans described America as a dysfunctional family, an increase of 10 percentage points from 2020. Is.
Only 16% say America is a strong family. I
Eighty-six percent of Republicans and independents see America as a dysfunctional family, as do 74 percent of Democrats. I
The poll, released Wednesday, also found that most Americans — 80% — rate the economy as “only fair” or “poor” and 73% “not very” or “not at all” concerned. Satisfied with the way things are going. Country
More than half of Democrats – 55% – and 86% of Republicans say they are dissatisfied with the direction of the country.
When asked about their finances, 47% of Americans say they are “stable” while 44% say they are “falling behind” – only 8% say they are “advancing.”
And 74% of Americans believe the U.S. will be in a recession this year, while 20% disagree. I
But 86% say they are worried about inflation, 80% are worried about high crime rates, 78% are worried about political divisions, and 76% are worried about opiate addiction.
Following are concerns about the debate over the nation’s debt ceiling (68%), the war in Ukraine (68%), gun laws (66%), border security (65%) and illegal immigration (63%).
As Biden prepares to address the nation next week, his 45% approval rating remains in the 40s as he’s held for most of his first term, down from his high of 56% in June 2021. Is.
Americans give him poor marks for handling inflation (66%), the economy (61%) and border security (61%).
But Biden’s approval rating is higher than Vice President Kamala Harris (39%), the Supreme Court (41%), Democrats in Congress (42%) and Republicans in Congress (38%).
Biden, President Donald Trump and former Vice President Mike Pence are embroiled in controversy over classified documents. I
But just over half of Americans – 51% – think Trump did something illegal, compared with 37% for Biden and 22% for Pence. I
Four percent say Pence was indifferent to content, as are 46 percent of Biden and 29 percent of Trump.
But 70% say Congress should investigate Biden over classified documents, as do 57% for Trump and 56% for Pence.
Another 61% think Congress should investigate first son Hunter Biden’s business dealings.
The poll surveyed 1,003 registered voters between January 27-30. It has a margin of error of plus/minus 3 percentage points.
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