POLL: Republican Voters Hold Advantage With Independent Voters on Corruption Issues

Voters tend to trust Republicans more on issues dealing with government corruption. 

According to a Rasmussen poll, 45% of likely United States voters trust Republicans more to tackle government ethics and corruption, whereas 42% trust Democrat leaders more, and 13% are unsure.  Among independent voters, 45% trust Republican leaders more to tackle government ethics and corruption, whereas 29% trust Democrats more. 

94% of voters indicated that the issue of government ethics and corruption will be important in the 2024 presidential election cycle, which includes 73% who expect it to be very important.

47% of white voters, 32% of black voters, and 49% of non-black  minorities trust Republicans more to confront the issue of government ethics and corruption. 41% of white voters, 53% of black voters, and 37% of other non-black minorities have more trust in Democrats. Black voters are somewhat less likely to expect this issue to be very important in the 2024 election.

As far as income categories are concerned, those making higher incomes are less likely to expect that the corruption issue will be a very important issue in the 2024 election.

In the Banana Republic that is the modern-day USA, corruption will be a constant theme unless an America First ruling class rises up and gets the country’s political house in order. The Republican Party might be seen as a viable alternative at the moment, but it needs an America First takeover for it to be the most effective vehicle for realizing political change in the US. 

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