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New Poll Shows Political Futility Of Deficit Reduction
According to the new poll, 54 percent of Americans think the budget deficit has increased since Obama took office in 2009
Polls Show Americans Torn On Federal Budget
Polls show that Americans are torn on budget cuts. Many want Congress to cut spending, but an equally number oppose specific cuts and tax increases. Joining the conversation is HuffPost Senior Polling Editor Mark Blumenthal.
Budget Polls Show Americans Torn: To Cut Or Not To Cut?
So it sounds like Americans are eager for Congress to cut federal spending and ready to make the tough choices necessary
Least Popular Deficit Reduction Measures Pursued By White House, Congress, Poll Shows
On the congressional side, House Republicans have repeatedly declared that raising taxes is a non-starter -- a stance House
Americans Back Tax Increases In Debt Fix: Poll
The May Reuters/Ipsos poll was conducted May 5-9, with a randomly selected sample of 1,029 adults interviewed by telephone
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