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Likely Voters Agree With The House GOP Budget Over The Senate Democrat Budget

- March 19, 2013

Nearly Twice As Many Likely Voters Preferred The Kinds Of Fiscal Policies Embraced In The House GOP Budget – No Tax Increases, Significant Spending Cuts, And A Balanced Budget – Than Those Embraced In The Senate Democrat Budget. (The Hill Poll, 1000 Likely Voters, MoE 3%, 3/14/13)

  • 55 Percent Of Likely Voters Preferred House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan’s (R-WI) Budget Policies Over 28 Percent Who Supported The Policies In Senate Budget Chairman Patty Murray’s (D-WA) Budget, Including $1 Trillion In Spending Hikes, $100 Billion In Cuts And No Balanced Budget. (The Hill Poll, 1000 Likely Voters, MoE 3%, 3/14/13)

65 Percent Of Likely Voters Agreed That The US Budget Deficit Should Be Reduced Mostly By Cutting Spending, Versus 24 Percent Who Indicated It Should Instead Be Achieved By Raising Taxes. (The Hill Poll, 1000 Likely Voters, MoE 3%, 3/14/13)
 


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