The Washington Times | by Jennifer Harper | May 16, 2022
People are not fond of the notion that the world is in need of a “Great Reset,” as suggested by the World Economic Forum and several other globalist institutions.
“The world must act jointly and swiftly to revamp all aspects of our societies and economies, from education to social contracts and working conditions. Every country, from the United States to China, must participate, and every industry, from oil and gas to tech, must be transformed. In short, we need a ‘Great Reset’ of capitalism,” the organization noted in a mission statement.
The pandemic, unemployment, public debt and other factors add to public uneasiness, and could leave the world “less sustainable, less equal, and more fragile,” the statement advised.
Curious? Visit weforum.org/great-reset. And how’s the idea playing? Not so good.
A mere 32% of U.S. voters have a favorable view of the “Great Reset Movement” while 61% oppose it, according to a poll released Monday by the Heartland Institute. Another 56% oppose the idea with the rest unsure about the issue.
“Among Republican voters, a whopping 67% ‘strongly oppose’ the Great Reset; 57% of independents agree. On the flip side, 34% of Democrats ‘strongly favor’ the Great Reset. Interestingly, Republican and Independent voters tend to be more familiar with the Great Reset movement compared to their Democratic counterparts,” the poll analysis noted.
The national survey of 1,004 likely U.S. voters was conducted April 28-May 2 and released Monday.