Category Archive: anti-government polling data

Jul 22

Startling new research: the more government “benefits” a person receives, the more that person hates government

New research demonstrates what most people already know: Government social spending has grown substantially over the past 50 years, even as wages have stagnated. The new book by Cornell political scientist Suzanne Mettler, “The Government-Citizen Disconnect” examines 21 federal programs including Social Security, Medicaid, SNAP, and the home mortgage interest deduction. Mettler finds that 96 …

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Jul 22

Gallup Poll: Literally No One Says Climate Change is America’s Greatest Problem

Recently, during July 2018, Gallup conducted a telephone survey of a random sample of 1,033—adults, ages 18+, living in all 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia. Each respondent was asked “What do you think is the most important problem facing this country today?” The thousand-plus Americans gave some 47 different answers. Not one …

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Jul 03

65% of Americans say “the system is rigged”

Many Americans have lost faith in elections and government. A poll by Frank Luntz shows that 65% of surveyed Americans agreed that “the system in America is rigged against everyday, ordinary Americans.” See here.

Jun 27

Electric car programs take money from the poor and give it to the rich –and Americans oppose them by wide margins

Government trusters often promote various “alternative energy” schemes designed to wean society off of fossil fuels. One scheme is to have government pay companies to make electric cars. And to subsidize consumers to purchase said cars. And to pay gas stations to install electric charging stations, etc. American taxpayers have been forced to pay billions …

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May 18

Social Security impoverishes: One-third of Americans have less than $5,000 saved for retirement.

A new study by Northwestern Mutual finds that one-third of Americans have less than $5,000 set aside for retirement. 21% of Americans have no retirement savings at all. SOCIAL SECURITY TO BLAME Many workers don’t save for the future because they assume they can live on Social Security. But that’s a dangerous, misguided assumption. In …

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Mar 19

74 percent of Americans say a “Deep State” controls national policy

Monmouth University has conducted a poll asking Americans about their opinions of the ‘deep state.’ Republicans, Democrats and Independents all agree: a ‘deep state’ composed of unelected manipulators secretly controls national policy from behind the scenes. in all, 74 percent of Americans say a deep state is driving national policymaking. See here.

Mar 18

South Australians vote to oust climate-change apocalypticists

“Climate change” hysteria is the quintessential issue of wealthy elites; yet those who promote it present it as a grass-roots movement fighting ‘big money’ corporations. Government trusters know their fanatical apocalyptic climate claims are unsupported by voting majorities. So they employ various techniques to try to get around this problem. They frequently claim that evil …

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Nov 01

As government grows, its subjects are stricken with anxiety, fear and depression

As societies become saddled with more government, their subjects become depressed, fearful, anxious and pessimistic about their lives. Every government that ever existed sought the same powers: total control over all human affairs, the total elimination of privacy (except for the masters in government), all money, property and wealth, and to kill all who resist. …

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Sep 21

Spanish government seizes 10 million ballots to prevent anti-government vote

Catalonia is a wealthy district of Spain that has suffered under years of Spanish rule. Recently the people of Catalonia have been seeking to hold a vote to determine if Catalonia should separate from the tyrannical government headquartered in Madrid. Last week, the Spanish government sent police to arrest hundreds of mayors of Catalonian villages …

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Jun 29

61 percent of Americans want big tax cuts

Americans continuously vote for lower taxes and less government. But the politicians they elect almost never succeed in cutting taxes or government. A new Gallup poll shows that 61 % of voters want lower taxes. See here.

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