Tea Party Identifiers Have Very Different Priorities


by Dustin M. on Oct 24, 2014 | Views: 86 | Score: 1
Tea Party RepublicansOther RepublicansNon-Republicans
ISIS575134
Budget Deficit554031
Economy474043
Taxes423525
Immigration423526
Affordable Care Act413030
Income/Wealth Distribution242535
Equal Pay for Women152243
Climate Change7926
% saying "extremely important"
Sources: gallup.com
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Dustin M.
Dustin M. on Oct 24, 2014 2:58 AM said:

Yes, the Tea Party is still around. To no one's surprise, they maintain a higher level of urgency on matters related to government spending, taxes, and foreign affairs/security, while caring significantly less about issues such as climate change.

hgelhot1
hgelhot1 on Nov 17, 2014 8:24 PM said:

Is climate change still an issue? With NON republicans it is also one of the bottom 3 issues. The only issue which they rank as of less concern is Taxes. That should tell you something about the degree of being in touch with reality we are talking about:)

I suggest The Law a SHORT brochure/ book which can also be found on You Tube, by Frederic Bastiat; 150 yrs old and still a classic. THEN catch me on the flip flop:)

Christian Stellakis
Christian Stellakis on Nov 30, 2014 4:31 PM said:

For many Americans, including non-republicans, the issue of climate change is not "extremely important" because it lacks an immediate impact. The economy is of immediate and extreme concern for many people because it could affect the lives of any American, causing direct and immediate harm to a person. The impact left by climate change is much more subtle.