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Nearly 80 Percent of American Voters are Angry, Fearful or Sad According to New Poll

WASHINGTON, Oct. 22, 2020 /PRNewswire/ --A Seventy-six percent of American voters are experiencing anger (32 percent), fear (31 percent), and sadness (13 percent) according to a newA Cygnal andA Lounge Grouppoll. More so, two-thirds of voters think the nation is on the wrong track. These overwhelmingly negative feelings are fairly consistent across all U.S. demographic groups.
Nearly 80 Percent of American Voters are Angry, Fearful or Sad According to New Poll
Voters want someone who makes them feel trust and joy, while inciting a little bit of anger.The political issues evoking these negative emotions include a?? in order a?? the coronavirus pandemic, the economic downturn, and civil unrest spreading across America's cities. While Americans want leaders to focus on the same political issues causing the most emotional unresta?? recovering from the coronavirus pandemic, creating jobs and restoring the economy, and law and order a??they are also firm in how they want a presidential candidate to make them feel."Voters want someone who makes them feel trust and joy, while inciting a little bit of anger. They want someone reliable yet who is upset enough to actually do something about the challenges facing the nation," said Brent Buchanan, Cygnal Founder and CEO. "This is because people are angry with what's going on in their country and they want candidates to share that anger to do something about all the issues facing the nation."Eighty-six percent of American respondents are certain that they will vote in November's election. At the time the poll was conducted, President Trump trailed Democratic contender Joe Biden by only 7 points.
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