Poll: Nearly Two-Thirds of Voters Dissatisfied With Country's Direction

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Poll: Nearly Two-Thirds of Voters Dissatisfied With Country's Direction​

By Jay Clemons | Sunday, 18 December 2022 09:18 AM EST

A new USA TODAY/Suffolk University poll reveals that nearly two-thirds of American voters are dissatisfied with this country's current progress.

For the survey — which chronicled the responses of 1,000 registered voters over a recent five-day stretch (Dec. 7-11) — 65% of respondents earnestly believe that America isn't headed in the right direction.

That's a notable change from last December, when only 57% of survey-takers were outwardly pessimistic about the nation's future.


The negative vibes aren't exclusive to the Democrats currently carrying the House, Senate, and White House — at least until January.

At that time, the Republicans will take control of the House chamber.

The majority of U.S. citizens conveyed minimal or even waning confidence in either political party putting America back on the right track, when partaking in a word-association exercise.

Asked which word best encapsulated their outlook for the new year, 24% chose "worried," 18% selected "exhausted," and 11% went with a more ominous-sounding "fearful."

On the flip side, 39% of respondents chose "hopeful," and 5% chose "enthusiastic."

From an issues perspective, one topic dominated the discussion with survey-takers, when asked to identify their greatest worry with Republicans taking over the House, and being in a position to control President Joe Biden's various spending bills: High inflation and the economy, which collected 35% of the votes.

"My power bill is about $600 a month; that used to be half of that," Janet Brown, a California-based Republican who works as a mortgage broker, told USATODAY. "Meat's way up; chicken's up; everything's up, up, up.

If you're on fixed income, you know, I just don't know what some people do," lamented Brown.

The vague issue of "threat to democracy" ranked second (12%), and immigration slotted third (10%) in the survey.

In seventh place, 5% of the respondents expressed a main interest over detailed investigations covering President Biden, the White House administration, and Biden's son, Hunter, specifically his business relationships with Ukraine and China while his father was vice president to President Barack Obama.

Peter Grant, a Democrat voter in the survey who owns a small marine business in Waldoboro, Maine, said, "We're in for some tumultuous times. Things are not good in this country right now in a lot of ways."

The margin-of-error for the USA TODAY/Suffolk survey was 3.1 percentage points.

Yes boris it matters duuu it tells you the American public are unhappy with lying Biden and his merry troop of freaks and anti Americans .
You know very well it matters your not that out of touch with reality . You just cant admit the truth
Every drop of oil should be ours.
you missed a few

e Biden administration is responsible for gas prices, Putin’s mental instability and brave police officers being blamed for unarmed Black people’s inability to dodge bullets.

Since Joe Biden became president, schools have closed, white kids are being attacked by critical race theory and more and more kids are falling for the “gay agenda.” He doesn’t care about the rights of parents whose religious convictions tell them to discriminate. He rejects the advice of pediatric medical experts like Joe Rogan and Rand Paul. He has marginalized fake historians and patriots who love Confederate traitors in favor of schools teaching historical truths.

Everyone knows children can’t learn with their faces covered. And, do you want your children using the bathroom and running track with trans people? Who will think of the children?*

*This question does not include the non-white children who feel bad because their history is ignored, trans children who face discrimination and children who don’t want to catch COVID.?

9.1% inflation ,,

massive shortages

Screwing up Afghan withdraw

Handling of the southern border crisis and dong nothing for 2 years

Covering up for hunter

Showing us all his true mental condition by forgetting who his wife and sister were , where hes at which way to go and a amazing encyclopedia of like and gaffs in essance making him self look like a dementia
  • Baby formula: Formula was in short supply during 2022, and those shortages will likely continue into 2023. Shortages stem from supplier issues for manufacturers, and the fact that some brands were recalled by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), shutting down some production.
  • Fuel: Gas prices spiked during the summer months of 2022, and that includes prices for diesel fuel, which is critical to powering global supply chains. Concerns about a diesel shortage were severe enough that one supplier, Mansfield Energy, said that the situation amounted to a “Code Red” in many southern U.S. states.
  • Children’s medicine: As mentioned, certain medicines, like acetaminophen (Tylenol) and ibuprofen (Advil), are becoming increasingly hard to find at the end of 2022. The primary reason is that COVID-19 cases are increasing, as are cases of the flu and respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), creating a huge spike in demand for medicine that treats the symptoms of those illnesses.
  • Food: A variety of food and related products have been in short supply during 2022, and there are a number of reasons for it—ranging from weather events to geopolitical tensions and wars.
  • Fertilizer: Another product that’s critical to the global economy, fertilizer remains in short supply for farmers, and prices are skyrocketing. During 2021, fertilizer prices increased 66%, a considerable amount, especially when you consider that fertilizer comprises more than one-third of many farmers’ overall operating costs.
  • Automotive chips: One of the reasons that automobiles saw prices increase over the past couple of years was due to the fact that there weren’t enough chips to go around. As such, cars, trucks, and SUVs couldn’t find their way to dealers’ lots to be sold. Experts expect that the ongoing chip shortage will result in 3 million fewer vehicles being produced during 2023.
  • Labor: The job market experienced a year like no other during 2022, as many businesses bellyached about not being able to find enough workers. The labor shortage is ongoing, but as views on the economy sour and inflation erodes people’s savings, one wonders how long it will be before the labor market finds equilibrium once again.
Lets not forget his gaffs and lies and memory hes proven he has mental issues for the world to see. didnt know which way to turn and got his wife and sister mixed up
Calling out for dead a congressman yes sir hes a sharp one

take home pay going down

Drugs flowing into the nation at record levels

Increased crime across the natin

shortages of

  • Diesel shortage. ...
  • Baby formula shortage. ...
  • Tampon shortage. ...
  • Adderall shortage. ...
  • Sriracha shortage. ...
  • Food shortage. ...
  • Cream cheese shortage. ...
  • Avocado shortage.
  • Fuel
  • primers
  • computer chips
  • used cars
  • eggs chickens
  • fertilizer
  • children meds
  • Eggs
  • chickens
  • Tampon shortage.
  • Aluminum
and so many more the great biter and mayor pete are on it

Not replacing weapons given to the Ukraine to the point we are now short

Putting perverted she males in position of authority over children and our nuclear waste and as ambassadors to nations who wont even let then in the nation .

Masking when unnecessary, no mask in crowds

Biden, along with numerous other Democratic lawmakers, were frequently spotted not wearing their masks in public areas that required them.

I can go on and on hes a real screw up and what's funny is you love and admire him lol

Screwed up the Afghan withdrawal