A shocking poll just found Americans are united on this one major issue ahead of November

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When Joe Biden took office in 2021, he vowed to be a President for all Americans and unite the country.

After three long years, it feels like Republicans and Democrats couldn’t be further apart.

But a shocking poll just found Americans are united on this one major issue ahead of November.

Poll suggests Party divides are becoming wider on a variety of issues

America seems to be more divided now than it has been for decades, and polling suggests that the divide will only continue to grow. 

According to Gallup, in 2003 there was only a 29 percent difference between the two parties on whether Congress should place more restrictions on guns. 

That split has grown to a stark 53-point divide in 2023, with 84 percent of Democrats and 31 percent of Republicans who want stronger gun laws.

The legalization of abortion “under any circumstances” has also shifted in a big way. 

20 years ago, less than one in three Democrats supported unfettered abortion access. 

Today, it’s nearly two out of three Democrats. 

In the Republican Party, that number is less than one in eight.

The idea that the “federal government has too much power” was widely recognized by both parties in 2003. 

Last year, just 31 percent of Democrats believed that the federal government should be reeled in compared to 73 percent of Republicans.


89 percent of Americans say they’re concerned about Biden’s health

But a new NBC News poll suggests there is one thing that Americans can agree on. 

And that is Joe Biden’s “mental and physical health” getting in the way of his job as President. 

Only 11 percent of Americans have “no real concern” about Biden’s health heading into November.

Of the 89 percent who do have a concern about it, 62 percent would call it a “major concern,” 14 percent would call it a “moderate concern,” and 13 percent would call it a “minor concern.” 

One self-identified Democrat told the pollsters that she voted for Biden in 2020, but is now worried about his competency.

“I think that [Biden’s] health and age kind of get in the way of his ability to be a good President of the United States,” the respondent from Wisconsin said.

There have been countless examples of Biden’s dwindling mental capacities in the past three years, and they’re beginning to become impossible to ignore.

Biden forgot what year he was elected in Vegas campaign speech

At a recent campaign rally in Las Vegas, Biden recalled a memory from the late 1990s as if it had happened during his term as President. 

“Right after I was elected, I went to a G7 meeting in southern England. I sat down and said, ‘America is back!’ and Mitterand from Germany—I mean France—looked at me and said, ‘How long you back for?’”

The problem is that Mitterand hasn’t been alive since 1996, at which point Biden was a Senator. 

This is just the latest example of Biden being confused in public.

Over the course of his Presidency, he has made many comments that imply he’s not sure where he is or what year it is.

But America is finally catching on — and it’s just in time for the next election.

Patriot Political will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.