POLL: Most Voters Fear a War Will Break Out in the Middle East
According to a Rasmussen poll, 86% of likely United States voters are worried about the current conflict between Israel and Hamas transforming into a regional war across the Middle East.
This includes 50% of voters who are very concerned. Only 11% of voters are unconcerned about the potential outbreak of a wider Middle Eastern war.
52% believe that Biden is a weaker commander in chief of the military than previous presidents for the military. 29% currently believe Biden is a stronger commander in chief than most recent US presidents, whereas 15% indicated that Biden is about the same as most recent presidents as commander in chief of the military.
Whereas 51% of Democrat voters believe Biden is a stronger commander in chief than most recent presidents, only 15% of Republican voters and 20% of independent voters share this view. 77% of Republican voters and 60% of independent voters consider Biden to be a weaker commander in chief than previous presidents, in addition to 24% of Democrat voters.
60% of Republican voters, 48% of Democrats voters, and 41% of independent voters are very worried about the current conflict between Israel and Hamas, and how it could lead to a major war in the Middle East.
16% of voters polled are current or former members of the US military. There is not much of a gap between the viewpoints of military veterans and other polls on these questions. 52% of veterans view Biden as a weaker commander in chief than most of his recent predecessors. With respect to the Israel-Hamas conflict, 82% of current or former military service members are at least somewhat worried that this conflict could kick off a wider war in the region.
88% of white voters, 85% of black voters, and 82% of other non-black minorities are at least somewhat concerned that the current conflict between Israel and Hamas will spark a major war in the Middle East. Black voters are more likely to believe that Biden is about the same as most recent presidents as commander in chief of the military.
61% of conservative voters are very concerned that the Israel-Gaza conflict could spark a wider war in the Middle East. 41% of moderate voters and 44% of liberal voters hold the same view.
With respect to income earners, 65% of voters making over $200,000 annually believe Biden is a stronger commander in chief than most recent presidents. Only 21% of individuals making between $30,000 and $50,000 hold the same view.
40% of government employees, 28% of private sector workers, and 33% of retirees believe Biden is a stronger commander in chief than most of his recent predecessors in the Oval Office.
The Biden regime is putting America on the warpath, contrary to what some fanatic, pro-Zionist Republicans are saying. Its reckless foreign policy from Ukraine down to the Middle East is putting America ever closer to World War III. Providing military aid and sketchy security guarantees are just one of the many ways the US could end up sleepwalking into a disastrous conflict.
We ultimately need new America First leadership at the helm in DC if we want to maintain peace abroad. The present set of leaders are simply too dangerous to be in charge of foreign affairs.