[This should be the case. People are too weak in these political parties. Whites need to have more balls. Take a look at how unpopular ANTIFA are! That is excellent. So why do they have money and organisation? I'll bet Jews are behind that. Jan]
A new poll shows that nearly a quarter of Republican men surveyed said they have a very or somewhat favorable opinion of white nationalists in America today, while a double-digit percentage of male Republican voters have a “very favorable” opinion of white nationalists. groups.
A Morning Consult national follow-up poll of 2,000 registered American voters was released on Friday and found that voters in general reject white supremacist groups by overwhelming percentages. And a large majority say they have never heard of or do not have an opinion on Antifa, a flexible group of anti-fascists.
But among Republican-leaning male voters, 23 percent responded that they have a favorable opinion of white nationalist groups. Eleven percent of Republican men surveyed said they have a “very favorable” opinion, while 12 percent said they are only “somewhat” favorable to white nationalists in the United States.
Seventeen percent of Democratic men in the poll said they have some form of “favorable” view of white nationalist groups.
The poll showed that Republican men outperformed those who describe themselves as “conservatives” in offering support to white nationalist groups by sizeable percentages. And only about half of the Republican women surveyed expressed positive views of white nationalists compared to their male counterparts.
Only 7 percent of all registered American voters said they had a favorable opinion of white supremacists, several percentage points less than so-called white nationalists.
On the other hand, the poll found that a majority of more than two-thirds of Republican men and women said they had a “very unfavorable” view of Antifa. And even among Democrats and independents, Antifa barely registered support above the single-digit percentiles. Significantly more Americans of all political affiliations in the survey said they had never heard of Antifa or simply did not have an opinion of the group.
Overall, the numbers have held fairly steady since President Joe Biden took office in January, with the Morning Consult poll showing a 50-50 split among registered voters in terms of approval of Biden’s job. A majority of 57 percent of American voters said they believe the country is currently on the “wrong track” compared to 43 percent who say the United States is heading in the right direction. Millennials were the only demographic that had a slight majority who said America is on the “right” path today.
More than two-thirds of registered voters overall said they don’t see the Jan.6 attacks on the U.S. Capitol as anything good, but that number drops to only half among Republican men.
Morning Consult’s national follow-up poll was conducted among 2,000 registered voters between July 28 and July 29. Newsweek contacted the survey organizers on Saturday afternoon to get any additional context or data from the group’s latest post.