The good news keeps rolling in.
“This year’s subdued national satisfaction ratings mask sharp partisan differences. The poll, conducted during President Donald Trump’s final weeks in office, finds Republicans (including independents who lean Republican) more satisfied than Democrats (including Democratic leaners) with all but two of the items, as is typical for the party in power. …
Corporate America. Republicans’ satisfaction with the size and influence of major corporations is down 26 points to a record-low 31% for that party.
Government. Their satisfaction with the system of government and how it’s working has declined 24 points to 30%, and their satisfaction with the federal government’s size and power is down 15 points to 20%. …”
The wignats were right.
Neoliberal Joe is having a salutary effect.
In the span of a year, there has been a 26 point drop in Republican satisfaction with “the size and influence of major corporations.” 69% of Republicans are dissatisfied.
There is the same familiar 70/30 percent split.
Far from going back to the way things used to be under True Conservatism, Blumpf losing the election has paved the road to White Populism. These people have become far more racially conscious, more redistributionist, more anti-corporate than was the case a year ago.