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Poll shows most in U.S. want changes in how government works
May 3, 2019

From the Associated Press:

After more than two years of the Donald Trump presidency, Andrea Petrusky is ready for some fundamental changes in the way the United States government works.

"Right now we're being shown all of the loopholes, the president being able to do all the things that no president should," said Petrusky, a 46-year-old elementary school teacher in a Seattle suburb. "It's time to update what he's allowed to do and not do. I think it's time to toddler-proof the presidency."

Petrusky is not alone in yearning for big changes to the way the United States government is structured. A new survey by the University of Chicago Harris School for Public Policy and The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research shows that 54% of Americans think the system needs major changes and 12% believe it should be completely replaced.

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