Nearly three quarters of American voters believe that the country’s democracy is under threat following the civilian attack on the Capitol.
These are the results of a new survey conducted by the University of Quinnipeck.
A national poll of registered voters found that 77 percent of Republicans and 76 percent of Democrats believe democracy is under threat.
The share of independent people who share this point of view is slightly less – 70 percent.
A majority of voters, 56 percent, believe President Donald Trump is responsible for the storming of the Capitol last week.
At the same time, 42 percent do not consider him responsible.
On the eve of the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden, only 31 percent of voters believe he can unite the country.
The majority, 56 percent, expect the current partisan divisions to continue. At the same time, 14 percent could not give a definite answer.