Polls Show Voters Do Not Feel As Safe Under Biden

According to a poll recently released by the Trafalgar Group, the majority of Americans do not feel as safe as they did two years ago.

The poll was conducted between Sept. 17 through Sept. 20, with the findings showing that 67.9 percent of responders do not feel as safe as they did two years ago.

Concerning Republicans in particular, 86.8 percent of GOP members do not feel as safe now as two years ago, with only 9.8 percent feeling safe in present times.

Responses from Democrats were middling, with 44.9 percent not feeling as safe now as two years ago, and 47.8 percent responding that they feel safe.

In comparison, 64.1 percent of poll responders who did not identify with a political party say they do not feel as safe, and 30.9 percent say they do feel safe.

The elephant in the room is that former President Donald Trump left office in January 2021, nearly two years ago.

Since Joe Biden became president, the immigration crisis at the U.S.-Mexico border has remained in the international spotlight.

A national survey of registered voters conducted by Scott Rassmussen revealed that 61 percent of responders are under the impression that the drug cartels have more control over the border than American border officials. The same poll showed that 54 percent of responders do not feel the federal government is doing everything they can to address border security and illegal immigration.

Ironically, Biden criticized Trump back in August 2020 for dividing the nation and making Americans feel unsafe.

“Do you really feel safe under Trump?” he asked.

“Does anyone believe there will be less violence in America if Donald Trump is reelected?” Biden continued in the speech. “We need justice in America, we need safety in America.”