Poll: Almost a Third of US Voters Think a 2nd Civil War is Coming Soon

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By Ryan W. Miller | 27 June 2018

USA TODAY — A war may be brewing within the United States, almost a third of voters say in a poll released Wednesday.

Amid widespread political polarization on issues like immigration and recent public confrontations of Trump administration officials, 31 percent of probable U.S. voters surveyed said they think “it’s likely that the United States will experience a second civil war sometime in the next five years.”

Democrats at 37 percent were slightly more fearful of a second civil war than Republicans at 32 percent, the poll from Rasmussen Reports found.

While more than half thought it was unlikely the USA would see a second civil war soon, 59 percent of voters were still concerned that opponents of President Donald Trump’s policies would resort to violence.

During former President Barack Obama’s second year in office, a similar 53% of voters thought those who did not support his policies would turn to violence, according to Rasmussen[…]

4 Comments on Poll: Almost a Third of US Voters Think a 2nd Civil War is Coming Soon

    • Planting a seed that unrest is inevitable and must be controlled by our Nomenklatura. Just look at the “The Purge” string of movies and topics and themes coming out of Jewry-wood. Conditioning the weak minded. Find a scapegoat, deploy the troops, lock it down, profit?

      A lot of idiot reactionaries that TNN alludes to that I sure as hell would not fight besides. Too too many are still stuck in their own mental prison much less understand concepts of cultural development in slow time.

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