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The Elite’s Surprising Stance on Climate Change: Rationing Food and Energy Gains Favor

In a recent eye-opening poll, the contrasting views of America’s top 1% and the general population have come to light. It appears that over 60% of the elite believe there is an excess of individual freedom in the country, with a staggering two-thirds advocating for the rationing of food and energy to combat the perceived threats of climate change.

Elite Perspectives Unveiled: A Closer Look at the Poll Results

Digging into the Numbers: Overwhelming Support for Rationing

The survey revealed that somewhere between 50% and 66% of the elite support bans on items like SUVs, gas stoves, air conditioning, and non-essential air travel. This substantial backing for restrictions indicates a significant departure from the views held by the rest of America.

Government Trust: A Stark Contrast

In a surprising twist, 70% of the elite express trust in the government to “do the right thing most of the time.” This sentiment stands in stark contrast to the general population’s skepticism. The question arises: will the elite’s trust in the government extend to accepting the rationing of their own food and energy, aligning with the broader public?

Analyzing the Disconnection: The Elite’s Bubble

Financial Comfort Amidst National Struggles

Despite the majority of Americans facing a decline in real take-home pay, a whopping 74% of the elite claim to be financially better off than in the past. This raises concerns about the detachment of the elite from the day-to-day realities faced by the average American. The poll’s authors note that the elite live in a self-constructed bubble, with views on the country’s current state that significantly differ from those of the average citizen.

Global Patterns: Elite Views Beyond U.S. Borders

While the survey focused on American elites, observations suggest similar sentiments within highly influential groups worldwide. Populist movements are gaining momentum in Europe and elsewhere, fueled by concerns over open borders, attacks on traditional values, and the controversial collectivist Net Zero project. The disconnect between the elite and the broader population is evident, with repercussions felt even in the loss of thousands of jobs, as seen in the recent decision to halt steel production in Port Talbot, Britain.

Unveiling the Survey’s Methodology: Them v U.S.

Two polls conducted in September targeted 1,000 U.S. elite members, defined as individuals with a postgraduate degree, an annual household income exceeding $150,000, and residing in areas with over 10,000 people per square mile. This exclusive 1% of the U.S. population provided insights into their unique perspectives, prompting the publication of the results titled ‘Them v U.S.’ by the Committee to Unleash Prosperity (CUP), a non-profit advocacy group founded by economists Arthur Laffer and Stephen Moore.

In conclusion, the elite’s unexpected support for rationing food and energy to address climate change sheds light on the widening gap between their views and those of the general population. The implications of such disparities reach beyond national borders, echoing in global movements and decisions with far-reaching consequences.

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