Most Americans say Biden bears some blame for division in US: poll

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Despite President Biden’s campaign to unify America, according to a recent poll, most voters still believe he is at least somewhat responsible for the divide among Americans.

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NS Trafalgar Group Survey, conducted before Thanksgiving with the Convention of States Action, showed that 54.2 percent of potential general election voters thought Biden was “very responsible” or “somewhat responsible” for the divide among the American people.

In contrast, 45.8 percent said Biden was “not very responsible” or “not responsible at all.”


Essentially, a larger percentage of Republicans (88 percent) blamed Biden for political conflict than Democrats (21.3 percent).

More than three-quarters (78.7 percent) of Democrats said Biden was “not very responsible” or “not at all responsible” for the split, while only 12 percent of Republicans thought so.

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Respondents who claimed no party affiliation put the burden of responsibility on Biden – 64.1 percent considered him “very responsible” or “somewhat responsible” compared to 35.9 percent who said he was “not very responsible.” ” or “Were not responsible at all.”

The two groups in which Biden had the largest share of people responsible for dividing Americans were Republicans and those with no party affiliation.
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President Biden vowed to bridge the divide in American society upon his inauguration, saying that Americans need to “open our souls” rather than “harden our hearts.”
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Biden carried the campaign’s unity theme at his inauguration ceremony.

The president said, “The answer is not to turn inward, to retreat into competing factions, to trust people who don’t look like you or worship the way you do, or get their news from the same sources.” are,” the President said. Moments after being sworn in on January 20.

“We must end this savage war that pits the red against the blue, rural versus urban, conservative versus liberal. We can do that if we open our souls rather than harden our hearts.”

The survey polled 1092 potential general election voters between November 13 and November 16 and has a margin of error of plus or minus 2.97 percentage points.


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