As we look around this great nation of ours, we are witnessing the death of our core civility in cities like New York and Portland, Chicago and San Francisco.
Crime is surging in ways and degrees that we never thought that we’d see, with violence rising in just about every aspect of the criminal underground.
And, for many Americans, the Biden administration has appeared woefully unprepared to deal with it, leading to a real feeling that our nation is far less safe with Sleepy Joe at the helm.
A new survey has now corroborated that gut feeling.
Most Americans felt safer two years ago when former President Donald Trump was in office, a Convention of States Action/Trafalgar Group survey released Thursday found.
The survey asked, “Do you feel as safe in America today as you did 2 years ago?”
And this wasn’t by slight margins, either.
Most, 67.9 percent, said they do not feel as safe in America today as they did two years ago when Trump was in the White House. Another 27.1 percent said they do feel as safe, and five percent remain unsure.
Both Republicans and independents, 86.8 percent and 64.1 percent, respectively, said they do not feel as safe in Biden’s America. Democrats remain relatively split, as a plurality, 47.8 percent, said they feel just as safe today as they did two years ago. However, 44.9 percent of Democrats said they do not feel as safe.
Biden’s reelection hopes have appeared rather dull already, but if Americans don’t feel any safer come 2024, he an kiss his political career goodbye.
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