Americans Want to Restore Trust in Government

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(Jeenah Moon/Reuters)
But politicians resist term limits, the most popular idea to help do that.




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lot of polls have been taken in the run-up to Thursday’s anniversary of the storming of the U.S. Capitol, and they make for sobering reading.

A CBS/YouGov poll finds that 68 percent of respondents see the January 6 attacks as “a harbinger of increasing political violence, not an isolated incident.” Many people on both the left and the right have become cynical about government. Pollster Scott Rasmussen tells me that his surveys consistently show than only about one in four Americans think their government has the consent of the governed, a central tenet of our Declaration of Independence.

“For a

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