We’re continuing to monitor the normies.
For a number of reasons, I think now would be a good time to check in with your normie friends. The polls are showing a decline in American patriotism and a spike in White identity among White voters.
“As the nation’s 245th birthday approaches, not everyone is bullish on the red, white, and blue.
Almost 7 out of 10 voters (69 percent) believe America is the greatest country to reside in, according to the latest Fox News survey, down from 83 percent in 2015 and from the high-water mark recorded a decade ago: 84 percent in April 2011, the first time the question was asked on a Fox News poll.
On the other side of the ledger, 26 percent say America is not the best country to live in, up 12 points.
Meanwhile, a record-low 52 percent believes the United States still has its best days to look forward to, down from 62 percent in 2017 and a high of 63 percent in 2012. Thirty-nine percent think the country already hit its peak, up 10 points from 2017.
Since 2017, Republicans (-35 points), White voters (-18), men (-16), and independents (-12) are less likely to say America’s future is bright. Democrats (+14) and Black voters (+12) are among those most likely to think the best days are still to come. …”
The decline is concentrated among White male Republican and Independent voters. No one has heard from Q since December and Joe Biden is president now. False hope has run out.