POLL: Voters are Worried About Anti-Jewish and Anti-Muslim Hate
According to a Rasmussen poll, 80% of likely United States voters are worried that the Israel-Hamas conflict will lead to a surge in anti-Jewish sentiment in the United States, which includes 47% who are very concerned. Only 18% of voters aren’t worried that the conflict will lead to a rise in anti-Semitic sentiments among the populace.
Furthermore, 64% of voters are worried that the conflict in Israel will lead to an increase in anti-Muslim sentimet in the US, which includes 31% who are very concerned. 32% are not worried about an uptick in hate against Muslims, which includes 11% who are not concerned by any means.
82% of Democrat voters are at least somewhat worried that anti-Muslim sentiments will increase to the conflict in Israel. 58% of Republican voters and 52% of independent voters agree with this viewpoint. 16% of Republican voters, 7% of Democrat voters, and 12% of independent voters are not at all worried about anti-Muslim hatred.
82% of both Democrat and Republican voters are at least somewhat concerned that the current conflict in Israel will spark an increase in anti-Jewish sentiment in the US. Similarly, 75% of independent voters hold this sentiment..
82% of white voters, 76% of black voters, and 73% of non-black minorities are at least somewhat worried that the conflict in Israel will lead to an increase in anti-Jewish sentiment in the US. 64% of white voters, 68% of black voters, and 67% of non-black minority voters are worried about an increase in anti-Muslim sentiment.
88% of self-identified liberal voters, 61% of moderate voters, and 58% of conservative voters are at least somewhat concerned about an uptick in anti-Muslim sentiment.
As far as income earners are concerned, voters making $200,000 annually are most likely to be very worried that anti-Muslim sentiments will be on the rise owing to the conflict in Israel. Worries about the increase in anti-Jewish sentiment is highest among voters making between $30,000 and $50,000 annually.
50% of government employees, 29% of private sector workers, and 26% of retirees are very concerned about a rise in anti-Muslim sentiment.
Such social developments could have been avoided if the US political class stopped its mass migration and foreign policy adventurism projects. Alas, the ruling class is content with the “Invade the World, Invite the World” mindset and would rather continue intervening abroad and importing migrants that often bring tribal baggage with them.
For the sake of maintaining socio-economic tranquility, the US needs to end its mass migration and foreign policy interventionist experiments.