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New Poll: 77 Percent of Voters Fed Up With ‘Anti-Justice’ Democrat Candidates and Won’t Vote For Them

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Americans are sick and tired of rising crime in Democrat-run cities. According to a new poll conducted by The Trafalgar Group, Democrats will feel the rejection of their failed polices in the upcoming election.

Violence in Democrat run cities and states is devastating communities and local economies.  In June, hedge fund Citadel announced their move from Chicago to Miami. In June, Caterpillar announced plans to move their headquarters from Illinois to Texas.

In a recent speech, McDonald’s CEO Chris Kempczinski said that the company is having trouble convincing McDonald’s employees to return to their corporate headquarters because of fears of rising violent crime.

New York is rife with crime and instability.  In July, a bodega worker had to defend himself against a knife-wielding attacker.  At a campaign rally, a man armed with a knife jumped on stage and attacked New York Republican nominee for governor Rep. Lee Zeldin.  Author Salman Rushdie was stabbed in the neck at a recent appearance in the City.

In June, a young mother pushing her infant in a stroller in the Upper East Side was executed by a gunman wearing a black hoodie who fired one shot point blank to the back of her head.A woman begged for help on the subway as a man violently grabbed her hair and held her captive for a brief period.

Voters are fed up with anti-justice politicians and candidates and the violence they allow.  

In The Trafalgar Group poll, which partnered with Convention of States Action,  asked voters about their views on candidates who endorse policies that hinder police.

When asked, “How likely would you be to vote for a candidate who supports policies which prevent police from detaining criminals charged with violent crimes, such as kidnapping and armed robbery?” The combined poll reveals 76.9 % said not likely at all.

The Convention of States Project shared in a press release,

“Crime is the beneath-the-iceberg issue for voters in 2022, it’s absolutely clear in these numbers. The new wave of pro-criminal, anti-justice policies in Democrat-led blue cities are impacting everyone, which is why this poll shows such a strong response when asking people how they feel about this specific policy,” said Mark Meckler, President of the Convention of States. “Americans of all political backgrounds have a strong belief in protecting the innocent and punishing the guilty. More than any other issue, this spells serious trouble for the Democrats in 2022. However, Republicans have not yet made the case that they are the folks who voters should hire to fix the problem. If they can make that case, there will be a huge impact in November.”

KEY INSIGHT: Huge Majority of Americans Less Likely to Support Candidate Who Backs Democrat Crime Policies Similar to New Laws in Illinois That Limit Law Enforcement From Detaining Violent Criminals:

  • 95.6 percent of voters say they are less likely to vote for a candidate who supports policies which prevent police from detaining criminals charged with violent crimes, such as kidnapping and armed robbery:
    • 76.9 percent say not likely at all
    • 18.7 percent not very likely
  • 4.5 percent of voters say they are more likely to vote for a candidate who supports policies which prevent police from detaining criminals charged with violent crimes, such as kidnapping and armed robbery:
    • 1.7 percent say somewhat more likely
    • 2.8 percent say very likely

KEY INSIGHT: Vast Bipartisan Opposition to Democrat Crime Policies Like Those Being Introduced in Illinois:

  • 93.7 percent of Democrats say they are less likely to vote for a candidate who supports policies which prevent police from detaining criminals charged with violent crimes, such as kidnapping and armed robbery. 6.3 percent say they are more likely.
  • 96.7 percent of Independent voters say they are less likely to vote for a candidate who supports policies which prevent police from detaining criminals charged with violent crimes, such as kidnapping and armed robbery. 3.3 percent say they are more likely.
  • 95.7 percent of Republicans say they are less likely to vote for a candidate who supports policies which prevent police from detaining criminals charged with violent crimes, such as kidnapping and armed robbery. 4.3 percent say they are more likely.

According to The Convention of States Project website,  “Boasting a grassroots network of over 5 million supporters and volunteers, Convention of States’ mission is to restore a culture of self-governance in America and to curtail federal overreach. Its primary focus in accomplishing this mission is using a limited Article V Convention to propose constitutional amendments that impose limitations on the size and scope of the federal government, including a balanced budget requirement and term limits for federal officials.”

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