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The majority of Americans, including many Democrats and Independents, are suffering from buyer’s remorse over the Biden presidency.”

By the end of 2021, the majority of Americans, including many Democrats and Independents, are suffering from buyer’s remorse over the Biden presidency.  Recent polls indicate that the majority of Americans believe the Biden administration is on the wrong track and is leading the country in the wrong direction. The majority of Americans polled think that the Biden administration was wrong in urging “the FBI to investigate some of the parents who have protested vigorously about Critical Race Theory curriculum at school board meetings,” and support the efforts of parents to resist both CRT and sexual orientation/trangenderism in public school curricula. A majority of Americans also believe that the Biden administration’s “weakness in Afghanistan is emboldening China and making them think they can act militarily against Taiwan without fear of retaliation by the United States.” But the strongest agreement amongst “likely voter” Americans is related to the Biden administration’s economic policies. Sixty percent or more Americans felt that “President Biden is stimulating inflation by spending so much money” and that “President Biden is trying to get Congress to spend too much money.”

These polls support what many Americans already sense: we’re headed in the wrong direction. The good news is that more and more of our fellow citizens are waking up to this fact, and they won’t stand for it much longer.

 

“Buyer’s Remorse” is an extract derived from Michael Wilkerson’s upcoming book, Why America Matters: The case for a new exceptionalism. © 2021 Michael Wilkerson

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