POLL: 60% of Americans believe unelected bureaucrats have to much power

According to a new poll from Monmouth, 6-10 Americans believe that unelected bureaucrats have to much power.


Turning to the Washington political infrastructure as a whole, 6-in-10 Americans (60%) feel that unelected or appointed government officials have too much influence in determining federal policy. Just 26% say the right balance of power exists between elected and unelected officials in determining policy. Democrats (59%), Republicans (59%) and independents (62%) agree that appointed officials hold too much sway in the federal government.

“We usually expect opinions on the operation of government to shift depending on which party is in charge. But there’s an ominous feeling by Democrats and Republicans alike that a ‘Deep State’ of unelected operatives are pulling the levers of power,” said Murray.

This is an important finding because it is showcasing an awakening from the American People. They are beginning to realize that unelected bureaucrats are helping to run the show behind the scenes and don’t care about the will of the American people.

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