Over Two Thirds Of America’s Elite Favour Food & Energy Rations To Tackle Climate Change

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The attitudes shared by the elite ‘top’ 1% of American society and the rest of the population has been laid bare by the results of an eye opening new poll.

Around six in 10 elite members think that there is too much individual freedom in America, with more than two-thirds favouring the rationing of food and energy to combat so called climate change,

Somewhere between a half and two-thirds are in favour banning things like SUVs, gas stoves, air conditioning and non-essential air travel.

In stark contrast to the rest of America, 70% of these Elites trust the government to “do the right thing
most of the time.” So presumably they won’t mind having their food and energy rationed along with the rest of us.

The Daily Sceptic reports: The poll’s authors note that at a time when most Americans have suffered a loss of real take-home pay, 74% of members say they are financially better off than in the past. “The people who run America, or at least think they do, live in a bubble of their own construction. They’ve isolated themselves from everyday America’s realities to such a degree their views about what is and what should be happening in this country differ widely from the average American,” it is observed.

The poll studied American elites but observations suggest these views are widespread within small highly influential groups in many other countries. Populist parties are rising across Europe and elsewhere, in reaction to open borders, the woke attack on traditional values and cohesive societies, and the savage insanity of the collectivist Net Zero project. In Britain, this last lunacy is demonstrated with the recent news that steel making is to stop in Port Talbot with the horrendous loss of around 3,000 local jobs. Wherever you look, none of this concerns the new elite aristocracy, insulated and isolated by high state salaries and subsidies, or large, outsized remunerations from corporations and financial institutions with an almost monopolistic lock on commerce and ‘virtue’.

Two polls were conducted last September among 1,000 U.S. elite members, defined as having a postgraduate degree, a household annual income of more than $150,000 and living in an area with more than 10,000 people per square mile. About 1% of the U.S. population are said to meet these criteria. The results were titled ‘Them v U.S’ and published by the Committee to Unleash Prosperity (CUP), a Maryland-based non-profit advocacy group founded by the distinguished economists Arthur Laffer and Stephen Moore. The methodology was determined after observing numerous surveys indicating that these elite segments of the population consistently exhibited views that were distinct from the general population.

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