surprised


I personally thought the figures would be higher ,,,...but  judging by the state of the country .....the whole  economic thing i thought....... it  would be way higher  ....seems to me .........since they let this fool in ........ things  have gone tits ups......  really badly .......but then the democrats  did not  care ...... they were duped ....... like all people that voting .......it's a  joke on the highest level ....why would you stand in line for hours....... in all weather...... to put an x in a box........ and think it matters  ....you have to be fucking off your face  ....i certainaly never voted  never  will its a  scam ......a joke  .....but then there is no shortage of clowns...... or jokers ......the circus is the govt...... unfortunately ........only time will tell  ......who will put up or shut up .........



Survey Looks at Acceptance of Political Violence in U.S.

Supporters of then-President Donald Trump storm the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021. (Reuters)
In this article:
  • Garen Wintemute
    American physician, firearm violence researcher
  • Donald Trump
    Donald Trump
    45th President of the United States

One in five adults in the United States would be willing to condone acts of political violence, a new national survey commissioned by public health experts found, revelations that they say capture the escalation in extremism that was on display during the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the Capitol.

The online survey of more than 8,600 adults in the United States was conducted from mid-May to early June by the research firm Ipsos on behalf of the Violence Prevention Research Program at the University of California, Davis, which released the results Tuesday.

The group that said they would be willing to condone such violence amounted to 20.5% of those surveyed, with the majority of that group answering that “in general” the use of force was at least “sometimes justified” — the remaining 3% answered that such violence was “usually” or “always” justified.

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About 12% of survey respondents said they would be at least “somewhat willing” to resort to violence themselves to threaten or intimidate a person.

And nearly 12% of respondents also thought it was at least “sometimes justified” to use violence if it meant returning Donald Trump to the presidency.

“This went beyond my darkest expectat

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