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Raise the Roof

A June poll gauges the feelings of Americans on Washington's current spending conundrum RA SE THE ROOF Americans weigh in on the debt ceiling debate WHAT TO DO? 42% The Tarrance Group is pleased to well, why not? present Public of Americans say it does not have to Notica with the kay find ings from a be raised nurvey of N-804 registered likely 31% think Congress spending cuts will be too drastie voters across the 42% 39% 13% SAY country. Interviews 48% wore conducted SAY SAY Juna 5-8, 2011, & don't raise w/ raise of Americans say it the margin of orror raise spending w/o cuts 62% thínk Congress' spending cuts won't be drastic enough neithar/ unue on a sample of this has to be raised type is 3.5% WHO WILL IT IMPACT? (if Congress doesn't raise the ceiling) ROCK THE VOTE? Would you be more likely or less likely to support your member of Congress if he or she supports raising the Federal government's debt limit if significant spending cuts were put in place? 54 PERCENT 32 PERCENT more likely less likely TIIT: 66% SAY main street 21% SAY wall street ( sm. businesses & avg. americans) BANKRUPTINGAMERICA

Raise the Roof

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As the U.S government tries to determine whether to raise the debt ceiling this infographic takes a look at the public's reaction to U.S spending. It provides information about if the public thinks th...


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