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SHOCK POLL: 29% of Americans Support Dividing the United States into Regional Countries

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New polling indicates that more than a quarter of Americans have soured on the Union itself, and support dividing the nation into sovereign regional unions.

29% of Americans support the notion of their own region seceding from the Union and becoming a sovereign country. Polling on the matter conducted by Bright Line Watch, a neoliberal organization, suggests that support for secessionist ideas has increased considerably in the last decade, with polling in 2014 indicating that just under 24% of Americans supported regional secession.

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The demographic most in support of secession was southern Republicans, with 50% of that demographic supporting the notion of southern secession. Party support for regional secession by region was generally dependent on which political party is predominant in the area.

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Only 10% of Americans “strongly” support the notion of regional secession, a development to be expected for such a drastic proposal. Nearly twice as many respondents- 19%- somewhat support the idea of regional secession. Republicans were far more likely to support the idea of national division- although remarkably, independents were the most supportive of the concept overall.

Democrats in the Pacific Northwest and California were the demographic most supportive of secession outside of the southern United States, with 41% supporting a regional secession. The political homogeneity of the three most western continental states could make such a prospect the most realistic in coming decades.

Bright Line Watch obtained the data through querying 2,700 Americans nationwide from February into January.

It’s hard to imagine any region of the United States attempting to secede in the near future, a proposition which would create unprecedented questions regarding governance and a national economy for citizens of the new sovereign country. However, with Americans more bitterly divided than ever before, it’s unlikely that secessionist sentiment is going to grow any weaker in the coming years.

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SLEEPY? Biden Yet to Deliver First State of the Union Amid Confused Public Appearances

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Joe Biden is yet to give his first State of the Union address as President, disregarding precedent and conventional timing for the presidential address.

Presidents usually deliver the speech to Congress in February. President Donald Trump gave the latest first State of the Union address delivered by a President since 1977 when Jimmy Carter declined to give a SOTU address, with Trump speaking on February 28th, 2017.

Nothing on President Biden’s public calendar advertises a State of the Union speech. It’s likely that a speech, if it even occurs at all, would occur in March, but it’s unclear if Biden even intends to give one.

The snub of the extended public speech comes as recurring questions regarding Biden’s mental acuity and sharpness reemerge. With Biden generally appearing sharp and fluid in an extremely limited schedule of public speaking appearances as a candidate, some of his recent speeches have featured the President stumbling over his words and appearing to struggle cognitively with his delivery.

A first State of the Union address could present President Biden with an opportunity to make the case for the payment of $2000 in Biden Bux to every middle class and poor citizen, and outline a policy agenda for his term in office he’s been reluctant to discuss. Instead, it appears likely it won’t occur.

Some have even speculated if Biden is taking medication to speak as sharply as possible. This isn’t uncommon at all for Americans of his age, but it’s fair to question his acuity and cognitive state now and in the years to come, considering his recent history of persistent confusion and verbal gaffes.


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