America, We Have a Serious Problem
Under Joe Biden, the United States continues to be a deeply polarized nation struggling with grave issues.
Americans’ trust in all three government branches and mainstream media are hovering at record lows.
“F–Joe Biden” is now the national mantra at major public events and on social media. It’s the biggest presidential joke in history since Bill Clinton’s “I did not have sex with that woman” fiasco.
Forced vaccinations, the Afghanistan exit debacle, the Supreme Court’s inaction on 2020 Election and voter fraud cases, the invasion crisis at the southern U.S. border, oil and energy reliance handed over to foreign countries, and out of control government spending are the hallmarks of the Biden-Harris-Pelosi disaster.
According to Gallup Polls–which tends to give the benefit of doubt while leaning left in their analysis to Democrats–even their latest surveys are destroying the Biden-Pelosi rule.
🔹The government’s handling of domestic problems are now down to just 39%.
🔹Trust in leading international issues has also plummeted down to 39% this year.
Historically, trust in the judicial branch has exceeded the other two branches of government.
Led by Chief Justice John Roberts, trust in the judicial branch has dived down to 54%, down 13% from this time last year. This Supreme Court has their lowest rating in history.
🔹Today, only 44% of Americans say they give some form of trust to the executive branch.
🔹Just 37% of American adults trust the legislative (Congress and Senate) branch.
🔹66% of U.S. adults now trust their local government. This is the lowest since 1997, although it was lower in 1972 (Nixon era) and 1976 (Carter era).
Americans’ trust in the media to report the news fully, accurately and fairly continues to plummet and is at 36%–the second lowest in Gallup Poll history.
🔹Today, 7% of U.S. adults say they have “a great deal” of trust and confidence in newspapers, television and radio news reporting.
🔹34% have “none at all.”
🔹Only 29% say they have a “fair amount” trust of media.
🔹29% of the public currently registers “not very much” trust.
Between 1972 (when Gallup began asking) and 1976, 68% to 72% of Americans expressed trust in the mass media. By 1997 trust had dropped to 53%.
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