Posted March 16, 2019 12:24:03A recent Pew Research Center survey found that for the first time in nearly two decades, more Americans than ever say they are unhappy with the way things are going in Washington.
The number of Americans who say the federal government is “going in the wrong direction” has been increasing steadily, with a majority of Americans now expressing dissatisfaction with the job of the federal budget.
The percentage of Americans saying the government is on the right track has risen steadily, as well.
But it’s important to note that Americans are not just unhappy with what’s going on in Washington; they’re also unhappy with their own government.
This is a critical point because it tells us that Americans aren’t just frustrated with the government.
They are dissatisfied with their leaders.
And this discontent is driving Americans’ anger and resentment.
The latest poll shows that while Americans are dissatisfied about the way the government’s working, they are also deeply unhappy about the political leadership of the country.
The numbers indicate that Americans’ political views are a major part of their frustration.
For the first half of the century, Americans have generally seen political leaders as good or even above average in their political views.
This pattern has continued, with the percentage of American adults who say that politicians “are good or good enough” in their views having increased from just under 40% to 52%.
And, again, this trend has been especially pronounced in recent years, as Americans have become more satisfied with the political leaders they see in the Oval Office.
The new poll shows a stark contrast to the situation in Congress, where a plurality of Americans say they have an unfavorable opinion of the U.S. Congress.
In fact, the percentage who have an unfavorability rating has steadily risen since the beginning of this century, to 34%.
But the latest poll also indicates that Americans have a somewhat more positive view of the political parties in Congress than they do of the President.
Just a quarter of Americans have an opinion of both the Republican and Democratic Parties, and just 12% have a negative view of either party.
The results of the new poll suggest that Americans also are very much concerned about their future.
Nearly half (47%) say they’re very concerned about how things will turn out in the next year or two, up from 40% last year.
This number is nearly three times as high as the level of worry about the economy in 2015 (16%).
And Americans’ worries are shared by both Democrats and Republicans.
Nearly six in ten (59%) Democrats say they were very concerned this year about the future, compared with just 23% of Republicans.
This new poll also finds that Americans see a wide range of issues as important to the future of their country.
More than six in 10 (58%) Americans say the economy is very important to their future, followed closely by the environment and the environment policy (62%).
But the next most important issue for Americans to worry about is the economy, followed by terrorism (61%), immigration (58%), and climate change (51%).
And, finally, Americans are concerned about foreign policy, which is where the party differences on the issue of foreign policy appear to be strongest.
The survey also found that more Americans (61%) believe the U,S.
military has done too much in the last decade, compared to only 32% who believe it’s done the right amount.
The Pew Research survey of 1,000 adults was conducted online from March 16-18 among a random sample of 1 the US adult population.
Data collection was conducted on landline and cell phones.
The poll has a margin of sampling error of plus or minus 3.5 percentage points for the full sample.