Wednesday, June 27, 2018

New Polls Show U.S. Fears Of Civil War

Fears rocket for new civil war in U.S.

Amid the public harassment of Trump officials, exemplifying a sharply divided nation, 42 percent of American voters believe a second civil war is likely within the next five years, according to a new poll.

Significantly, the Rasmussen survey conducted June 21 to 24 found that 59 percent of all voters “are concerned that those opposed to President Trump’s policies will resort to violence.”
Democrats (37 percent) are more fearful than Republicans (32 percent) and voters not affiliated with either major party (26 percent) that a second civil war is on the horizon.

Most voters fear that political violence is coming from opponents of the president’s policies, just as they did in the second year of Barack Obama’s presidency, Rasmussen said.
Just before Trump’s inauguration, 50 percent of voters believed America was a more divided nation after the eight years of the Obama presidency. Since Trump’s election, the figure has risen to 55 percent.
As WND reported Tuesday, a writer for the popular progressive news website Splinter is warning supporters of President Trump that if they have a problem with the heckling of administration officials in public places, they haven’t seen anything yet, posing the prospect of 1970s-style bombings.

WND reported Tuesday that amid the recent controversy over separation of families at the border, interview guests and analysts on CNN and MSNBC have frequently branded supporters of President Trump as racists and Nazis.

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