Republicans Respect Recalcitrance, Democrats Desire Dialogue
by Anthony Sibley (AJ) on Aug 8, 2013 | Views: 429 | Score: 0
Percentage Who Prefer Politicians That Seek Compromises
"I like political leaders who are willing to make compromises in order to get the job done"
While eight-in-ten Americans now prefer elected officials who are willing to compromise with leaders of other ideologies in order to reach deals and accomplish goals, only two-in-three Republicans feel this way. Since 2002, Republicans advocating compromise over party stance has actually decreased, as the number of independents and Democrats in favor of this has risen substantially.