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Poll: Voters Worry about Political Violence, Bullying and Freedom

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"80% said they agree that American traditions of freedom and individual rights are being threatened by social movements, public bullying, and increasing political violence." ETTG’s conclusion is straightforward: "When only 39% of Americans feel their elected officials share their level of concern for the threats to their freedom, it’s.

Most notably, 80 percent of all voters believe, ".that the American traditions of freedom and individual rights are being threatened by growing social movements, public bullying and increasing political violence." Only 14 percent disagree.

Protecting the freedom to vote. and officials with the Department of Justice to take steps in advance of and during the elections to protect voters from bullying at the ballot box.. harassment or other improper tactics to interfere with the free exercise of the right to vote. Violence or.

President Trump and Democratic leaders have condemned the violence and called for unity. And rightly so. But platitudes about unity aren’t enough. I suspect you sense, as I do, that something is deeply wrong in our country. Our political climate, egged on by the media, grows coarser every day.

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After violent Brazil election campaign, many worry attacks will continue Brazil’s tense political climate has been compared by some to divisions in the United States, where several high-profile opponents of president donald trump received pipe bombs in the mail this week.

Most notably, 80 percent of all voters believe, ".that the American traditions of freedom and individual rights are being threatened by growing social movements, public bullying and increasing political violence." Only 14 percent disagree.

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It is so disappointing that many on the left would seemingly rather stoke or condone aggression by their base, than forcefully condemn political harassment and violence.

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