Why Is Trump Still Popular???
Today, Biden’s supporters are no more bothered by the 74 million Americans who have voted for a billionaire. Analysts also do not understand how Trump’s vote bank grew even after 4 years of useless system. It’s true that Democrats’ votes have also increased, but are nearly half of American voters intoxicated, ignorant, or mentally ill?
One reason for this is that they are all rich because Trump benefits the rich, but it is not. Writer Fentin O’Toole writes:
It is a testament to the idea that Trump has created among his supporters. The world is conspiring to rob them of the rights they have as Americans. The sentence was presented as if it had no credibility
So why don’t a large number of Americans support a candidate like Biden? A candidate that his party favors over a candidate like Bernie Sanders who has a lot of popularity on the left?
In any country, 25% to 33% of the population either supports or practices fascism. This section of the people supports dictatorial rulers who have done nothing but symbolic things for them.
Even after four years of alliance with Nazi Germany, Martial Putin was considered a hero by about 20% of people in post-war France. Richard Nixon was disgraced and ousted from the White House in 1974, but his acceptance as the best president was still 24%. So how can a large section of the people, who prefer peace and order to social justice, be removed from such dictatorial rulers?
One-third of Republican voters in the United States are evangelical Christians. This class is with every person who expresses their views, no matter how hypocritical they may be. Most military, police and other security services in the United States support Trump. Despite the fact that Trump himself avoided joining the military and he does not know why one can sacrifice his life without any profit.
Then there are those who change their support out of anger and frustration, such as Obama voters who later voted for Trump twice. We must also keep in mind those who are eager to accuse and punish those who are weaker and more hostile to themselves. And again, these would mean that you have to spend for these processes.
Achieving a Republican majority in such a situation is not a difficult task, especially when Democrats are unable to come up with policies that will improve the lives of the people and attract more angry Republicans than their own angry voters. Keep trying, which is more in number.
After all, why do voters think that the whole match is already fixed? Probably a factor as to why they’re doing so poorly. According to the report, the increase in income since the 1970s has cost the average worker 40,000 a year. The RAND Corporation has gone to the root of all these problems which, if left unresolved, will have no effect on them.
After World War I, from 1945 to 1974, economic production and growth were distributed equally among the richest people and the remaining 99% of the population. As a result, the standard of living in the world reached its highest level.
But since then all the benefits of production have been available only to the richest people and thus the 50 50 trillion, which would have spent the remaining 90% of the earners, also went into the pockets of the richest people. At the same time, these richest people used their wealth to fund the campaigns of politicians and buy them, reaping other benefits, including tax cuts and anti-union measures.
Today, a family has to work twice as hard to cover the cost of housing, health, education and child rearing as it did in the 1970s. In 1975, the share of the richest 1% was 9%, which increased to 22% in 2018. While the share of lower 90% people decreased from 67% to 50%.
Not only Americans are suffering from this problem, but in 1980, the share of the richest 1% of the people in India was 6%, which has risen to 21% today. The difference in income due to minority and gender has been small but on very limited scales. The upper-class white men in suits did not discriminate to make money, but surprisingly, the white poor suffered more than women, minorities and immigrants.
The average income of a university graduate was 55,000 in 1975, rising to ہ72,000 in 2018. That’s an increase, but if production were evenly distributed, it would be 120,000. If we mention the minimum earners, they would also be earning more than 10,000 a year. So there is no need to wonder why almost half of the tenants are currently a burden. Four out of 10 Americans cannot afford to spend 400 in an emergency, and one in eight do not have access to adequate food. Who will find the solution to these problems?
It’s nice to meet Biden with prominent minorities, but don’t be too happy about it. The Democratic Establishment certainly does not want to change the current distribution of production. At the moment, the status quo is the best way for both parties to rule, and that’s why so many low-income people hate Biden and vote for Trump.
Originally published at https://zaviews.blogspot.com.