A Convention of States Action/Trafalgar Group poll released Thursday showed that most Americans felt more secure when Donald Trump was president two years ago.
Survey Frequently Asked Questions, “Do you feel as safe in America today as you did 2 years ago?”
The majority, 66.7 percent, stated that they don’t feel as secure in America as they felt two years ago, when Trump was president. 26.1% said that they felt as secure, with five percent remaining unsure.
Both Republicans and independents, 86.8 percent and 64.1 percent, respectively, said they do not feel as safe in Biden’s America. The Democrats are still divided, with 47.8 percent saying they feel the same as two years ago. But 44.9 percent said that they don’t feel as secure.
Survey results were taken among 1,079 respondents on September 17-20, 2022. There was a +/– 2.9 percent error.
The data comes as American communities continue to experience a crime wave in Biden’s America.
Conservative lawmakers — Sens. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) and Bill Hagerty (R-TN) — sent a letter to President Joe Biden last week, calling on the White House to fight the nation’s crime wave, demanding a commitment to law enforcement, among other things.
“Rampant crime is not inevitable — tough law enforcement can stop it,”Blackburn, Hagerty and others wrote. “But that requires a commitment to law enforcement.”
As Breitbart News reported:
Blackburn and Hagerty highlight recent Memphis cases where Eliza Fletcher (34-year-old kindergarten teacher, mother to two young boys) was arrested. Kidnapped murdered allegedly by convicted felon Cleotha Abston.
Ezekiel Kelly was 19 years old in another case. This was Arrest in Memphis after he allegedly carried out seven shootings that left four Americans dead. Kelly was alleged to have streamed the shootings live on social media.
In light of an increase in assaults/homicides, senators ask Biden for federal grant funding to be used to support law enforcement agencies fighting violent crime. Biden is also being urged by the lawmakers to “revive Operation Legend,”This “was initiated by the Trump Administration in 2020 and named for a 4-year-old boy who was shot and killed by a stray bullet in Kansas City”:
Operation Legend deployed federal law enforcement officials in nine American cities, to assist state and local law enforcement partners with combating violent crime. Over 6,000 people were arrested under Operation Legend between July 2020 and December 2020. This included approximately 467 for murder, 2,600 illegal firearms, 17 kilos, and more than 2,600 guns. Memphis saw 266 arrests and 124 persons were arrested for federal crime of violence or narcotics.
The lawmakers also did not deny the existence of an open border and urged Biden to close it. “prevent the endemic drug and human trafficking and criminal violence traveling across it.”
An Economist/YouGov survey. FoundBiden’s approval rating is 35%, while 47 percent disagree.
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