majority doesn't feel safe in the country, with 67.9% reporting they feel less safe today than they did two years ago.

The survey included 1,079 respondents, with only 27.1% reporting they feel as safe today as they did two years ago. A slight plurality of likely Democratic voters, 47.8%, reported they felt safe versus only 9.8% of Republican voters reporting the same.

Majorities of men, women, all races, and all age groups reported feeling unsafe. In particular, 90.9% of respondents between the ages of 18 and 24 reported feeling as such.

Seventy percent of Asian Americans, 68.4% of white people, 64.7% of Hispanic Americans, and 58.1% of black people said they feel less safe than they did two years ago.... Read More: Washington Examiner