Gallup Poll Finds Americans Have NO Trust In Congress Or The Presidency, Globalists Push Martial Law Plan To Use The Military Against Americans By Stefan Stanford – All News Pipeline
If you’re one of the 10’s of millions of people who look out at America in 2022 and see a country gone mad, we’ve got overwhelming proof ‘you’re not the only ones‘ with a new Gallup poll finding the huge majority of Americans, of both political parties, no longer trusting the institutions we were raised with.
With Gallup doing their ‘trust in institutions‘ poll yearly for nearly 30 years dating back to 1993, this years poll found that 4 of the 6 LEAST trusted institutions in 2022 include: the US Presidency at a frightful 23%, newspapers at a dismal 16%, the TV news at a despicable 11% and US Congress at an absolutely abominable 7%.
And with the next chart taken from that Gallup poll story finding the majority of independents agree with the majority of Republicans in the overall untrustworthiness of the same institutions, and even Democrats largely agreeing with the R’s and the I’s on the trustworthiness of Congress and the TV news among many other ‘institutions‘, that new poll found only small businesses and the US military are trusted by more than 50% of all groups, with Biden’s trustworthiness now at even at a dismal 51% among Democrats.
Yet that 51% shows why Democrats keep spewing the lies, with barely over half of their party trusting Biden, while the left and right should look at Congress’s abominable approval rating of 7% to prove once and for all to themselves they’re failing horrifically, unless, of course, their ‘job‘ was the complete destruction of America, in which case their numbers prove they’re doing a bang up job. From this Gallup poll story before we continue.:
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Americans are less confident in major U.S. institutions than they were a year ago, with significant declines for 11 of the 16 institutions tested and no improvements for any. The largest declines in confidence are 11 percentage points for the Supreme Court — as reported in late June before the court issued controversial rulings on gun laws and abortion — and 15 points for the presidency, matching the 15-point drop in President Joe Biden’s job approval rating since the last confidence survey in June 2021.
Gallup first measured confidence in institutions in 1973 and has done so annually since 1993. This year’s survey was conducted June 1-20. Confidence currently ranges from a high of 68% for small business to a low of 7% for Congress. The military is the only institution besides small business for which a majority of Americans express confidence (64%).
Confidence in the police, at 45%, has fallen below the majority level for only the second time, with the other instance occurring in 2020 in the weeks after the death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police.
This year’s poll marks new lows in confidence for all three branches of the federal government — the Supreme Court (25%), the presidency (23%) and Congress. Five other institutions are at their lowest points in at least three decades of measurement, including the church or organized religion (31%), newspapers (16%), the criminal justice system (14%), big business (14%) and the police.
Confidence in large technology companies is also at a low point (26%) but has only been measured the past three years.
Record-Low Confidence Across All Institutions
Gallup summarizes Americans’ overall confidence in institutions by taking an average of the ratings of the 14 institutions it measures consistently each year — all but small business and large technology companies. This year’s 27% average of U.S. adults expressing “a great deal” or “quite a lot” of confidence in those 14 institutions is three points below the prior low from 2014.