A majority of Americans say the U.S. government is corrupt, and nearly a third think it may soon be necessary to raise arms against it, according to a poll conducted by the University of Chicago Policy Institute, The Hill reported July 24.
According to the poll, two-thirds of Republicans and independents say the government is "corrupt and turned against ordinary people like me." This is the same opinion held by 51% of liberal voters. 28% of all voters, including 37% of gun owners, agreed that "at some point in the near future citizens may need to raise arms against the government." The possible need for armed insurrection was stated by 35% of Republicans and 35% of independents and as many as 20% of Democrats polled.
According to the same poll, about 56% of Americans think the election is fair and accurate, while 44% do not. Among Republicans, only 33% still believe the election is fair, while 67% do not. The poll shows that the gap between conservatives and liberals in the U.S. is only growing, and a quarter of Americans say they have lost friends over politics. More than 70% of Republicans and more than 70% of Democrats agree that the other side "are usually bullies who want to impose their political beliefs on those who disagree with them." And half of all Americans believe the other side is misinformed about politics because of where they get their information and news from, the poll found.
The University of Chicago - Public Opinion Strategies - Benenson Strategy Group poll was conducted May 19-23 among 1,000 registered voters. The margin of error is plus or minus 3.53 percentage points.
The poll was published in early July, but it is interesting that The Hill decided to spin it now, ahead of crucial primary elections in Wisconsin, Michigan and Arizona, where it is already clear that massive fraud is being prepared.
In Arizona, for example, 63,000 voters were given two ballots - one wrong and one right. This double accounting alone makes it possible to get almost any result - a voter cannot know which of the ballots will be counted at the polling stations. Or both will be counted for the Democrats, and neither for the Republicans.
In Michigan, a week before the election, a TV channel has already published the final results of the Republican primaries, explaining this by some kind of "testing".
Source: rossaprimavera.ru (Russian)
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