Thursday, September 24, 2009

ANGER MANAGEMENT: Rasmussen Poll Shows "59% Say Americans Angrier Now Than Under Bush"

More bad news for the Demoncrats from Rasmussen Reports:

Fifty-nine percent (59%) of U.S. voters believe that the current level of political anger in the country is higher than it was when George W. Bush was president.

A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that only 22% think the level of political anger is lower now, while 16% rate it as about the same.

Despite frequent Republican complaints about the vitriol leveled at President Bush, 69% of GOP voters say the level of anger is higher now, a view shared by 53% of Democrats and 56% of voters not affiliated with either party.

But just 12% of voters nationwide say that the opposition to President Obama’s health care plan and other initiatives is racist, as some prominent Democrats, including former President Jimmy Carter, have charged.


Sixty-six percent (66%) of all voters say they’re at least somewhat angry about the current policies of the federal government, including 36% who are Very Angry.

Among those voters who are Very Angry, 74% say the level of anger is higher now, while 13% say it’s lower and 12% say it’s about the same.

Even the majority of those who are now very or not at all angry about the government’s actions right now say the level of political anger is higher under Obama.
For the rest of the poll report, click here

Here's a tip for you Democrats who don't want to see your party swirl down the bowl in 2010 with a second flush in 2012: Get over your enthrallment by Barack Obama and his crooked crew of Chicago cohorts.

1 comment:

  1. This is not surprising and extremely encouraging. The election of the Obamanation was in no way, shape or form a blank check for statism.