Monday, September 21, 2015

Gallup Poll Reveals Most Americans Think The Government Is Corrupt

Barack Obama

A newly released Gallup poll survey made public a few days ago, reveals a whopping 75% of Americans are of the belief the U.S. government is corrupt (which is what the Judiciary Report has been stating click here). And not only that, most Americans believe the government corruption is widespread. This is also true. It is so alarming and disturbing how easy it is for the rich to corrupt the government from the bottom to the top. There have been so many injustices written about in the press and online in the blogosphere that it is no surprise that the public would come to this sad, logical and truthful conclusion.

The country cannot continue along this corrupt path without collapsing in ruins. The nation is headed for complete disaster if it does not stop. If the government continues to drag the nation down this dark, treacherous alley of corruption to benefit the rich, the nation will sink in the world to unprecedented, shocking lows. It's time to clean up the corruption and focus on doing what is right for everyone, not just the wealthiest people in the nation. America cannot survive or thrive without the working class. To abuse, mistreat and deny the rights of the working class, in favor of corruption to please the rich, is to destroy the very foundation of the country. I cannot emphasize it enough - stop the corruption. You are destroying the country.   


75% in U.S. See Widespread Government Corruption

September 19, 2015 - WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Three in four Americans (75%) last year perceived corruption as widespread in the country's government. This figure is up from two in three in 2007 (67%) and 2009 (66%). Is corruption widespread throughout the government in this country, or not?
While the numbers have fluctuated slightly since 2007, the trend has been largely stable since 2010.

However, the percentage of U.S. adults who see corruption as pervasive has never been less than a majority in the past decade, which has had no shortage of controversies from the U.S. Justice Department's firings of U.S. attorneys to the IRS scandal...