QPoll: U.S. Voters Favor Obama, Dems On Fiscal Cliff

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The latest Quinnipiac University Poll gives President Obama and the Democrats higher marks than Republicans for trying to avert the fiscal cliff.

The poll of voters nationwide was conducted Nov. 28 to Dec. 3 and released this morning.




For more on the poll, visit the Quinnipiac site here.

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4 thoughts on “QPoll: U.S. Voters Favor Obama, Dems On Fiscal Cliff

  1. Da Troof

    Its working. The public relations arm of the Democrat party (the media), has brainwashed the public into believing that taxing the rich is the answer to our problems.

    Let the tax rates on the top 2% go up. Brilliant. Now we’ve solved less than 10% of our $1.2T annual deficit, to say nothing of the $16T in debt, the $100T in unfunded entitlement liabilities, or Obamacare.

    What will it take for people to face our fiscal mess head on? I’m guessing it will take a crash or other crisis before people talk about real problems and solutions.

    In the meantime, let the good times of the Obamanation roll. Free stuff for everyone!

  2. Kim

    The truth about the Bush Tax Cuts and why they should NOT be allowed to expire.


    “For those who find that “a picture is worth a thousand words,” they need only see the graphs published in the November 30th issue of Investor’s Business Daily.

    What both the statistical tables in the “Economic Report of the President” and the graphs in Investor’s Business Daily show is that (1) tax revenues went up— not down— after tax rates were cut during the Bush administration, and (2) the budget deficit declined, year after year, after the cut in tax rates that have been blamed by Obama for increasing the deficit.

    Indeed, the New York Times reported in 2006: “An unexpectedly steep rise in tax revenues from corporations and the wealthy is driving down the projected budget deficit this year.”

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