Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene R-GA

Report: Poll Finds That 20% Of Americans Agree With MTG On Need For “National Divorce”

Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene R-GA
Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene R-GA (Source: File Photo)

Last month Georgia Republican Rep, Marjorie Taylor Greene launched a ruckus when she called for a “national divorce.”

“We need a national divorce. We need to separate by red states and blue states and shrink the federal government,” Greene tweeted on Feb. 20. “Everyone I talk to says this.”

“From the sick and disgusting woke culture issues shoved down our throats to the Democrat’s (sic) traitorous America Last policies, we are done.”

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Greene was apparently triggered by President Joe Biden’s decision to visit Ukraine on the President’s Day holiday in America.

She got plenty of blowback, especially from the left.

Yet a new poll finds that many Americans agree with her.

The Daily Mail reported on Friday that a “shocking” number of Americans side with Greene in wanting to call it quits.

Ipsos’s poll of 1,018 people found that 20% want to file for that divorce — the equivalent of 66 million Americans.

Republicans are more keen on splitting up the superpower than Democrats,” the Daily Mail noted. Overall, 25% of GOP voters “want to break away and form a right-leaning nation.” That compared to just 16% of Democrats.

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“The fifth of Americans who want to split is far less than is needed to make it politically viable, but nonetheless shows how ever-more conservatives and liberals are fed up with sharing a country with each other,” the report continued.

Twenty percent of independents also want to split.

“Ipsos found that support for splitting was higher among men, people who make $50,000 or less each year, and those living in the South and West of the country,” the Daily Mail reported.

“The sheer fact that one-fifth of the country is open to the potential shows the growing sentiment of resentment voters feel toward the opposing party.”

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