The Republican Party has officially trounced the Democrats (Demonrats) in popularity and ability to keep America safe, secure, and prosperous.
After a disastrous beginning to Joe Biden’s presidency – crime, inflation, botched withdrawal mission from Afghanistan, bombed-out southern border, forced vaccines, government encroachment, depleting basic freedoms – the American people are finally realizing this is the modus operandi for the Democrat Party.
No longer do Democrats represent what’s best for working class people; they’re too distracted appeasing corporate CEOs and open border lobbyists. Despite endless pandering to unions, the American worker has never been so underwater. Jobs are being destroying, the economy is tanking, and the prices of common goods and services have skyrocketed.
And now the polls are starting to reflect that dismal start to his presidency.
Americans by significant margins now view the Republican Party as better than the Democratic Party at protecting the nation from international threats (54% to 39%, respectively) and at ensuring the nation remains prosperous (50% to 41%), according to a recent Gallup poll.
“The 15-percentage-point GOP advantage on security matters is its largest since 2015, while its nine-point edge on prosperity is its largest since 2014. Last year, the GOP had a narrow advantage on international matters while the parties were essentially tied on economic matters.
A year ago, 46% of those surveyed said the Democratic Party would do a better job in the next few years of protecting the U.S. from terrorism and other international threats, but that dropped 7 points to 39%.
Americans typically see the Republican Party as more capable on national security matters, but the 15-point gap in favor of the GOP this year is the largest since a 16-point advantage in 2015. The party had an even larger 23-point gap in 2014, a time when the Obama administration was struggling to deal with the rise of the Islamic State in Iraq and renewed Middle East violence.
Americans’ mood on the economy has also soured under Biden. There was a seven-point drop in the percentage of Americans who say the Democratic Party is better able to keep the U.S. prosperous, from 48% to 41%.
The failure bus doesn’t stop with Biden at the helm.
More and more it’s become obvious that the only path forward is strong GOP leadership.
Author: Asa McCue