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Gallup: Americans Oppose Dem Legislation

From Gallup:

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Among Recent Bills, Financial Reform a Lone Plus for Congress

Most Americans oppose four other prominent legislative acts

by Lydia Saad [sic]
September 13, 2010

PRINCETON, NJ — The financial reform bill President Obama signed into law in July is the most popular of five major pieces of legislation Congress has passed in the past two years — in fact, it is the only one tested in a recent USA Today/Gallup poll that a majority of Americans support

Six in 10 Americans approve of the legislation to strengthen government regulation of the financial industry. By contrast, a majority disapprove of the 2009 economic stimulus package, the auto industry bailout, healthcare reform, and — most of all — the 2008 banking industry bailout

And that is only because they don’t have the slightest idea what is in the financial reform bill. In fact, nobody does.

Least of all the people who supposedly wrote it.

This article was posted by Steve on Monday, September 13th, 2010. Comments are currently closed.

3 Responses to “Gallup: Americans Oppose Dem Legislation”

  1. proreason says:

    What if the Dimocrats were forbidden somehow from using the words ‘reform’, ‘stimulus’, and ‘government aid’, and instead had to label their crimes for what they really are.

    The polls would all be 70% against them.

  2. NoNeoCommies says:

    The first step towards poll results that actually have legitimate results is educating the respondents.
    Unfortunately, the Dems control the MSM and the education establishment, which results in voters and Congressional Members that have no clue when it comes to how our financial system works.

  3. untrainable says:

    Lydia Saad missed out on the obvious reason that nobody likes Dumb-o-crat policies. We’re all racists.
    (Could this mean that the race card has finally been played out? Nahhh.)

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