Americans Point Fingers As Country Braces For Civil War

Don’t get confused, the division ushered in by the Biden administration is no accident; it’s a concerted effort to keep Americans as separated and fearful of each other as possible.

A fearful population is an easily controlled population.

Are you paying attention yet?

A majority of Americans seem privy to Biden’s ways.

Joe Biden is to blame for how divided America has become, according to a Monday poll from the Trafalgar Group and Convention of States.

A total of 54.2% of those polled said Biden holds responsibility for the current divisions in U.S. politics, with 39.4% saying he was “very responsible” and 14.8% saying he was “somewhat responsible,” according to the poll.

Nearly 46% of respondents said Biden has little to do with the divisions, with 12.6% saying he was “not very responsible” and 33.2% saying he was “not responsible at all.”

The poll surveyed 1,092 likely general election voters between Nov. 13 and Nov. 16 and reported a 3% margin of error. Trafalgar employs a number of methods for conducting its polls, including live phone calls, automated calls, emails, text messages, and two other proprietary methods it does not share publicly.

While nearly 79% of Democrats didn’t connect Biden with any divisions in the U.S., 88% of Republicans and 64% of Independents responded that he was at least somewhat responsible.

The Trafalgar Group was one of only two polling firms that accurately predicted Trump’s victory in the presidential election of 2016. The firm was also among the few that predicted Republican Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’ win in 2018, as well as Republican victories in New Jersey and Virginia in early November.

Biden campaigned primarily on a unity message for the 2020 presidential election, but many have criticized him for jumping to the left since gaining office.

Recent polls have shown that Americans have become deeply divided over the past 20 years since 9/11, when most Americans agreed that the country was moving in the right direction and maintained respect for opposing political parties.

Today, however, 60% of Americans say the country is on the wrong track, and both political parties are deeply unpopular.

Author: Asa McCue