Public Not Nearly as Partisan as Federal Gridlock Suggests

by Anthony Sibley (AJ) on Sep 22, 2014 | Views: 150 | Score: 0
Democrats... do not support reduction in funding for federal programRepublicans...
AId to World's Needy7530
Unemployment Aid8744
Aid to Needy in US9151
Social Security9783
Military Defense6889
Percentage of Party Members
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Anthony Sibley (AJ)
Anthony Sibley (AJ) on Sep 22, 2014 10:14 AM said:

Listening to pundits on Fox News or MSNBC, or politicians on Capitol Hill, it would seem that American citizens hold vastly disparate views on the appropriate size of the federal government. In actuality, there is overwhelming consensus among those considering themselves Republicans, Democrats, and Independents-- as majorities within each group oppose spending cuts on every federal program that was surveyed, except for foreign aid and unemployment assistance.