Democracy a top concern for U.S. voters
More than 80% of voters are worried about democracy in the U.S., according to a new poll.
The Bipartisan Policy Center/Morning Consult poll found that 82% of voters are worried about democracy, and 40% said they are “very worried.”
This concern is not limited to one party – 84% of voters in each party said they are concerned about the state of democracy in the country.
The poll found that 59% of voters have very little faith in politicians learning how to work together. Among Republicans, 62% lack confidence that...