While 69% of Americans are mostly satisfied with the overall quality of life in the U.S., only about one third are satisfied with the size and power wielded by the federal government. This according to the latest Gallup poll conducted in January 2022.
In Gallup’s most recent poll to get the pulse of the nation, 811 adults from all 50 states plus the District of Columbia were surveyed about whether they were satisfied or dissatisfied with various topics.
Michael W. Chapman shared the following results in a recent article in CNS News:
In its latest survey on the “mood of the nation,” Gallup found that while 69% of Americans are satisfied with the quality of life in the U.S., when it comes to specific issues, such as the power of the federal government and the state of the economy, large majorities of Americans are dissatisfied.
In the Jan. 3-16 survey, Gallup asked 811 adults living in all 50 states (and D.C.) if they were satisfied or dissatisfied with a variety of different topics.
Asked about the overall quality of life, 69% of American adults said they were satisfied, but 30% said they were dissatisfied.
On our system of government and how well it works, only 30% were satisfied; 70% were dissatisfied.
On the size and power of the federal government, 68% of Americans are dissatisfied (42% “very dissatisfied”).
Read the full article here.