Socialism is not as popular as Democrats think

Red States:
Poll Shows Most Voters See Dem Party As Socialist. Here’s Why It’s Not Good News For Them

According to MSN, the latest Public Opinion Strategies survey found that while the vast majority of Democrats want the failed economic system put into place here in America, a majority of voters don’t want it at all:

While 77 percent of Democrats believe that the country would be “better off” if it were more socialist, overall a majority of voters don’t, by a margin of 51 percent to 45 percent, according to the latest Public Opinion Strategies survey.

This especially appears to be true with swing voters when asked if we’d be “better off if our political and economic systems were more socialist, including taxing the wealthy more to pay for social programs, nationalizing health care so that it’s government-run and redistributing wealth,” according to MSN:

“Significant majorities of key 2020 swing voter groups like white suburban women (40 percent agree/57 percent disagree), voters in key ’20 presidential states (42 percent agree/54 percent disagree) and suburban voters (41 percent agree/56 percent disagree) all disagree with this statement,” said analysis from Public Opinion Strategies Partner Neil Newhouse.

Even the Harvard/Harris poll given to The Hill noted that 65 percent of Americans wanted the U.S. to be run under a more capitalistic system.
Socialism combined with vote buying schemes appears to be the Democrat platform for 2020.  Trump and the Republicans seem eager to run against it.


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