34% of Americans Approve of a National Divorce
The majority of voters don’t believe that United States President Joe Biden has been able to fulfill his campaign promise to unite the country. As a matter of fact, over a third of American voters support Georgia congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene’s recent push for a “national divorce” between red states and blue states.
According to a recent Rasmussen poll, 34% of likely US voters gave Biden a good or excellent rating when it comes to uniting the country. By contrast, 50% gave Biden a poor rating on uniting Americans.
Green caused a stir on Twitter when she posted, “We need a national divorce. We need to separate red states and blue states and shrink the federal government?”
34% of voters agreed with that statement, which includes 14% who “strongly agree.” 57% disagree with Greene’s push for a “national divorce”, which includes 43% who “strongly disagree.”
47% of Republicans at least somewhat agree that red states and blue states “need a national divorce,” in addition to 26% of Democrats and 27% of independent voters.
41% of voters blame Democrats, while 32% believe Republicans are more responsible for causing divisions in America. 25% of voters believe both parties are equally responsible for causing divisions in the country.
29% of Democratic voters actually believe their own party is more to blame for causing divisions in America, compared to only 15% of Republican voters who believe Republicans are more to blame. 60% of Republicans blame Democrats for dividing the country. By contrast 46% of Democrats believe Republicans are more responsible for fomenting divisions. Among independent voters, 34% blame Democrats for generating divisions, while 33% blame Republicans and 27% believe both parties are equally to blame.
40% of men believe that America needs a “national divorce”, whereas 27% of women voters share similar sentiments.
51% of white voters, 28% of black voters, and 58% of other non-black minority voters gave Biden a poor rating as far as his ability of uniting the country is concerned. 42% of white voters, 36% of black voters, and 41% of non-black minority voters blame Democrats more for causing divisions in the US, whereas 35% of white voters, 29% of black voters, and 24% of other non-black minorities said Republicans are more to blame. 38% of black voters are more likely than white voters or other non-black minority voters (both 33%) to at least somewhat agree with Greene’s push for a “national divorce.”
49% of conservatives voters, 24% of moderate voters, and 17% of liberal voters, at least somewhat agree with the concept of a “national divorce.”
When it comes to income earners, 55% of voters making over $200,000 annually give Biden a good or excellent rating as far as uniting Americans is concerned. By contrast, 23% of individuals making between $30,000 and $50,000 annually gave Biden good or excellent ratings.
Indeed, the US is experiencing mass polarization. It’s the natural course of an empire that has embraced degeneracy at home and over-extended military projects abroad. The only ways to allay these tensions is through radical decentralization and a concerted effort to roll back the empire. If America’s political class does not get its house in order, the US will inevitably experience a systemic collapse.