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Voters Rate Political Corruption as America’s Biggest Crisis

Written by Scott Rasmussen

Fifty-three percent of voters believe political corruption is a crisis in the United States, while another 36 percent believe it is a significant problem but not a crisis.

That’s consistent with other ScottRasmussen.com polling data showing that 87 percent of voters nationwide believe corruption is widespread in the federal government. Solid majorities believe there is also corruption in state (70 percent) and local (57 percent) government.

The belief that our nation has a political corruption crisis is shared by 53 percent of women, 52 percent of men, 51 percent of white voters, 55 percent of black and Hispanic voters, 54 percent of rural voters, 53 percent of suburban voters and 52 percent of urban voters.

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Modified by Matthew Medlen.com