February 9 According to a poll conducted jointly conducted by the Associated Press and the Public Affairs Research Center of NORC (National Polling Center), nearly two-thirds of people believe that the division of the United States will not improve in the next five years, or even become more severe.
According to the survey, only 16% of Americans think democracy works well or very well.
While 54 percent of respondents said they believed the best days in the United States had not yet arrived, nearly half believed that the United States was moving in the wrong direction.
The survey shows that nearly two-thirds of people believe that the degree of division of the United States will not improve or even become more serious about whether the United States will become more unified in the next five years.
Asked what is the most important and certain question about American identity, 88 percent of respondents chose a fair justice system and the rule of law.
In addition, according to the trust barometer of public relations company Edelman, people’s trust in most institutions in the United States and other Western countries has been declining.