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Polls Show Americans Don't Like Deficits
Made popular 1768 days ago in
The latest CBS News/New York Times Poll found that by 52 percent to 41 percent, Americans would prefer the federal government focus on reducing the budget deficit rather than spending to stimulate the economy.
Americans have never liked deficits - they've been viewed as serious problems, and when the government has run a deficit, polls have often shown that lowering it was a priority.
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What do you believe is more important deficit reduction or stimulate the economy?
Stimulate the economy
This is not a scientific survey,
to learn more. Results may not total 100% due to rounding and voting descrepencies.
1768 days ago
so much for the democrats plans!
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