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Chiling Poll Shows 83% Concerned About Political Violence

via VICE News

A recent survey by Navigator, a Democratic research firm, revealed that 83% of participants expressed concern about political violence in the US, particularly referencing the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol riots.

Democrats are more worried than Republicans about this threat, associating terms like “January 6,” “Trump,” and “white supremacy” with political violence.

The survey also indicated that Republicans are perceived as more likely to use political violence to advance their agenda. (Trending: Dr. Fauci Says the Unthinkable About Going To Church)

According to the report, “About 86 percent of Democratic respondents say they are concerned over political violence today, compared to 80 percent of Republicans.”

“Ninety-three percent of Democrats said they’re concerned about future political violence, while 79 percent of Republicans said the same,” read the report.

The report also discovered that, “Republicans are also perceived as more prone to use political violence to push their agenda, with 47 percent of participants agreeing with the sentiment.”

Researchers found that when, “Broken down by party, 80 percent of Democrats said Republicans are more prone to political violence, while 68 percent of Republicans said Democrats are more prone to it. Among independents, 38 percent said Republicans, 23 percent chose Democrats and 39 percent said they were unsure.”

The study highlighted the enduring impact of the Jan. 6 insurrection, with a majority opposing the actions of the Capitol rioters, and Trump facing criminal indictments related to his post-election actions.

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