An alarming new survey by Rasmussen Reports revealed Tuesday that 70 percent of likely voters “are concerned about the government spying on American citizens” and 40 percent “expect government spying on U.S. citizens to increase in the Biden administration.”
The poll results suggest a majority of Americans don’t trust the government to stay out of their business, and it also shows there are many citizens who expect the Biden administration to be prying into their affairs even more. Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are scheduled to be sworn into office Jan. 20. They have already declared war on American gun owners with an extremist gun control agenda that includes a lot of snooping including so-called “universal background checks,” the imposition of one-gun-purchase-per-month, banning the future manufacture of so-called “assault weapons,” and other restrictive measures.
According to Rasmussen, only 18 percent believe government surveillance will decrease and 32 percent expect it to remain the same.
Breaking things down further, 48 percent of identified Republicans are “very concerned” about government spying n citizens, while 37 percent of identified Democrats are worried about it. Furthermore, 61 percent of GOP voters “think surveillance of U.S. citizens will increase under Biden’s presidency,” Rasmussen said.
There’s another interesting survey, this one an informal effort by inMaricopa.com, showing widespread skepticism about the November election. According to the report, “just over half of the 1,168 respondents expressed support for the idea that the election was fraudulent, with the vast majority answering ‘yes, definitely’ (47.9%) or ‘very likely’ (4.4%).”
While the poll is unscientific, it is also telling, and does present something of a small scale version of national public sentiment. A huge number of citizens believe the election results are questionable, despite media reports to the contrary.
And a December Quinnipiac Poll revealed 34 percent of respondents believe the November election was not legitimate, although 58 percent of voters do not believe there was widespread fraud. Thirty-eight percent believe there was widespread fraud.
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