Conservatives already knew that Joe Biden’s White House was going to be a huge failure if success is measured by actually helping Americans to live a better life. But, now, more than just conservatives are starting to wake up to the nonsense happening in Washington, D.C.
See, there are certain issues that are hot buttons for people regardless of their political affiliation. Issues such as jobs, standard of living, and… crime. Not everyone in America realizes how bad Biden’s policies are affecting jobs and standards of living, but crime? Oh, yes, they can already tell that there is a problem. Masooma Haq writes,
A Rasmussen Reports survey released Friday found that while the majority of likely Democrat and Republican voters agree violent crime in the United States is getting “worse,” the groups’ confidence in Biden’s ability to solve this problem differs greatly.
According to the poll, 65 percent of likely voters said violent crime is getting “worse,” 22 percent said it is “staying about the same,” 10 percent said it’s “better,” and 3 percent were unsure. This view is consistent across party lines, with 72 percent of Republicans, 65 percent of independents, and 59 percent of Democrats saying violent crime is getting “worse” in the country.
It will come as no surprise to you that many more Democrats than Republicans said that they think that Biden can handle the crime problem in America. After all, these are the folks who still believe that riots in Portland and many other cities were simply “mostly peaceful protests.” Those folks still believe the media, for whatever reason.
But even with that expected variation in responses, the numbers don’t look good for Biden. Again, from Haq:
Overall, 50 percent expressed little confidence in Biden’s ability to handle, with 35 percent saying they are “not at all confident” and 15 percent saying they are “not very” confident. Forty-six percent expressed at least some confidence in Biden.
The survey was conducted on May 25-26 on 900 likely voters. The sampling error is +/- 3 percent with a 95% level of confidence.
So, in other words, half of voters in this poll see Biden as a failure on crime, and less than half think that he can make some difference in crime.
Based on what I’ve seen so far, I expect people to get more and more cynical about Biden’s ability to make America peaceful again.