Republicans not in sync with most people on some issues, poll shows
All the pushing by conservatives for cuts in so-called entitlement programs in order to reduce the federal deficit apparently lacks popular support — by a wide margin A national survey by the Pew Research Center showed a surprising — to me — 69 percent of the people polled said it was more important to keep levels of current spending on Social Security and Medicare than cut the deficit. And 59 percent favored keeping current spending levels for programs to help the poor rather than reduce the red ink...Read More
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