SURVEY: Americans’ Feeling of Safety Changed Dramatically Under Biden

As we approach the midway point in Joe Biden’s first term as President, it is perhaps time for a rather thorough examination of what his time in the White House has done for Americans.

And, perhaps more importantly, what it hasn’t done for us.

For instance, the Biden administration has done very little for America in terms of economic certainty, with inflation still rising some 8 weeks away from the beginning of the holiday retail season.

In regard to feeling safe in a more literal sense, Biden has been going backwards from his predecessor.

Most Americans felt safer two years ago when former President Donald Trump was in office, a Convention of States Action/Trafalgar Group survey released Thursday found.

The survey asked, “Do you feel as safe in America today as you did 2 years ago?”

The numbers were staggering.

Most, 67.9 percent, said they do not feel as safe in America today as they did two years ago when Trump was in the White House. Another 27.1 percent said they do feel as safe, and five percent remain unsure.

Both Republicans and independents, 86.8 percent and 64.1 percent, respectively, said they do not feel as safe in Biden’s America. Democrats remain relatively split, as a plurality, 47.8 percent, said they feel just as safe today as they did two years ago. However, 44.9 percent of Democrats said they do not feel as safe.

You don’t feel safe.  Your wallet doesn’t feel safe.  The border isn’t secure.

All while the FBI and DOJ work in tandem to stymie a former President’s political future.