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When a Tug-of-War Yields a Logjam

Sometimes, on the news, we see polling that gives an indication of how many Americans think the country is on the right track or on the wrong track . . . According to one polling group, Rasmussen Reports, that wrong-track number has been over 50% for more than two years, since March 2017. Right now, the website RealClearPolitics has the bad number at 56.4%, while the well-known pollster Gallup has 65% of respondents saying that they’re “dissatisfied” with what’s happening in the country. And about this, I agree with the majority of Americans. I,… Read more When a Tug-of-War Yields a Logjam