Americans' Life Ratings Reach A Record High

With all of the negative reports post-pandemic, like health issues, even loss of loved ones, depression, financial ruin, and career changes, a new Gallup poll shows that the number of Americans who consider their lives 'thriving', has hit an all-time high.

Why? You could call it post-pandemic appreciation. Many people realize now that they have a lot to be grateful for, and thankful for.

That would include, RNC committeeman Dr. Robin Armstrong, who dealt with the virus first hand as a physician, while also being acutely aware of the politicization that played a major role in the unnecessary lockdowns.

"It takes a poll like this to show everybody" Armstrong told KTRH, "The media, and unfortunately the Democrat party, is very negative and down. What you see in the news media is not what most African American's or Hispanic's feel."

There is also a big difference here in the state of Texas, where the majority of Texans, don't worship government. Instead, they choose to love God, and their country.

"The Democrat party wants to create a dependency class of people" Armstrong said, "And that's where they gain their political power from. Texas is not that way, we don't have that mindset that we are dependent on other people, we have a mindset that we want to go make our own way."

Armstrong is also not surprised that over 59% in the poll are 'optimistic' about the future. "It does not surprise me just because I appreciate this country as an African American, I appreciate this country and everything that it's done" he said, "I think generally speaking, the American people are very optimistic about the future. We're the most prosperous nation in the world."

Let's hope and pray that is stays that way.

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