As we start the new year, 2022, a new poll was released showing that the Marxist plan of controlling the masses is working.
President Biden’s first year was disastrous causing high inflation, a crumbling foreign policy, supply chain issues, skyrocketing crime, crippling energy costs, to name a few, which have the average American featureful for what will take place over the next 365 days.
The main issue is Joe’s complete mishandling of COVID.
Our Commander In Chief promised 11 times to get Coronavirus under ‘Control’ in 2020. Instead the number of deaths increased during his presidency. Last week Biden went on vacation without ordering the promised COVID Testing Kits. Left for vacation without signing the contracts For The “Desperately Needed” 500 Million Test Kits.
The results of telling people Omicron is spreading rapidly and that workers must be tested or can’t go back to work on 1/3/22 is causing massive testing lines.
Milwaukee….Line for testing 🙄🙄🙄 pic.twitter.com/yZwMqYT2ok
— Florida_Sun (@Florida51491495) January 1, 2022
In what should be alarming data to most, a recent Axios/Momentive poll shows more than half of adults in the United States are fearful for what is to come in 2022.
- More than half of U.S. adults say they’re fearful for what the year 2022 holds in store for both the U.S. (51%) and the world (54%).
- In addition to the grim outlook for the U.S. and the world, adults have less hope for themselves. 30% say they’re more fearful about what 2022 holds in store for themselves.
- Covid fatigue: 35% said they’d like to hear less about COVID-19 in 2022.
- Amid current concerns of inflation and economic woes, 50% expect 2022 to be a bad year for the U.S. economy.
- Politics remains top of mind for many: 17% cite ‘democracy’ as the most important issue—second to “jobs and the economy” at 31%.
Amid current concerns of inflation and supply chain woes, half (50%) of adults feel 2022 will be a bad year for the U.S. economy with almost 2 in 10 (17%) predicting it will be a “very bad year” for the economy.
In addition to the grim outlook for the U.S. and the world, adults have less hope for themselves. Three in 10 (30%) say they’re more fearful about what 2022 holds in store for themselves, reaching an all-time high compared to those who said the same in 2020 (25%), 2018 (22%), and 2017 (28%).
When the respondents were asked, “What word or words would you use to describe the year you had in 2021,” 43 percent of the respondents said, “worrisome” and 43 percent said, “exhausting.”
Thirty-five percent of the respondents said they would like to hear less about the coronavirus pandemic next year, while money and politics were at the forefront when they were asked what issues matter most.
Thirty-one percent said, “jobs and the economy,” and 17 percent said, “democracy” as a runner-up. “Health care” was the next closest with 16 percent.
The Axios/Momentive poll was conducted between 14 and 16. The sample size was 2,602 adults in the United States. There was a margin of error of plus or minus two percentage points.
Only with people turning their faith from the government to God, and living for the future instead of fearing the now, will the average American start to dream big again, with the hope needed to propel them towards their goals.
Written By: Eric Thompson, host of the Eric Thompson Show.
This story syndicated with permission from Eric Thompson Show