Fifty-seven percent (57%) of Democratic voters believe that supporters of Donald Trump are a serious threat to the nation. A Scott Rasmussen national poll found that even 56% of those in President Biden’s party consider the unaffiliated to be a serious threat. This is a high level of concern expressed by Democrats about the Taliban (44% see it as a serious threat); China (44%), or Russia (37%).
These results help explain the recent tone and actions taken by President Biden.
Republicans and independents have very different perspectives on the dangers facing the country.
For Republicans, the top concerns are the Taliban (66%), Defend the Police activists (62%) and China (58%).
The top three concerns for independents are similar to those of the GOP (though in a different order). The Taliban are the biggest concern for independent voters (46%), followed by China (45%) and defunding police activists (36%).
Of all voters, 52% see the Taliban as a serious threat and 49% say the same about China. Next on the list, 40% see police workers as a serious threat and 39% see it as unaffiliated.
Poll: 57% of Democrats think Trump supporters are more dangerous than Taliban, China and Russia t.co/HFlZOgOGY6
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) September 13, 2021