Poll: U.S. Voters Believe Violent Crime Is Getting Worse; No Help From DC

Poll: U.S. Voters Believe Violent Crime Is Getting Worse; No Help From DC

Americans believe that America’s violent crime problem is worsening, and that President Joe Biden has done little to alleviate the situation.

A Rasmussen Reports poll released this week found that 61 percent of likely American voters feel that violent crime is on the rise, and 47 percent believe that Vice President Joe Biden has done a terrible job of addressing law enforcement concerns.

In the November midterm elections, 81% of respondents feel the topic will be important, with 46% saying it will be extremely important.

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On the other hand, 26% believe that crime is becoming worse, while only 11% believe that it is getting better.

An overwhelming majority of Republicans and independents (64 percent) believe that violent crime is getting worse, as do 40 percent of Democrats, according to a new poll.

Only 14% of Republicans and 23% of unaffiliated voters think Biden does an excellent or decent job addressing crime and law enforcement issues, compared to 65% of Democrats.

But 72% of Republicans, 54% of unaffiliated people, and 17% of Democrats disapprove of Biden’s handling of crime.

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Republicans, Democrats, and independents are all expecting violent crime to play a role in this year’s congressional elections, according to exit polls. Voters across party lines expect the issue to have some role in this year’s congressional elections.

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According to the research, people making less than $30,000 a year are the most inclined to believe that crime is increasing.

A higher percentage of men than women gave Biden low scores for his handling of crime, and a higher percentage of males than females (49 percent to 42 percent) indicated they expect crime to be a major issue in the midterm elections.

Those over 65 are most likely to say that violent crime is increasing, but those under 40 are less likely than older age groups to give Vice President Biden a bad grade for his handling of crime and law enforcement issues, according to a new poll.

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Some of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s replies during her confirmation hearings alarmed the majority of voters, but most Democrats believe Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee disrespected Biden’s selection for the Supreme Court.

Most Americans think the Hunter Biden laptop issue is important and believe that President Obama was definitely involved in his son’s international business transactions.

A random sample of 1,000 probable U.S. voters was interviewed on the weekend of April 4 and 5. A 3-percentage-point error bar is the standard deviation.




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