Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Tea Party surge in last election may not be a one time event

A recent Rasmussen poll found that 69% are Still Angry At Government's Current Policies.  Here are some of the findings:

Most voters favor repeal of the national health care law as they have every week since Democrats in Congress passed it just over a year ago.
Only 27% of voters now think the government bailouts of banks, auto companies and insurance companies were good for the United States.
The majority of voters for years have said that cutting taxes and reducing government spending are best for the economy. Fifty-eight percent (58%) says it's better to have a partial shutdown of the federal government than to continue spending at current levels.
The number of voters who think America's best days still lie ahead is now at its lowest level in 17 months. Just 21% of American Adults believe today's children will be better off than their parents.

Personally I'd love for Congress to be shut down for a couple years.  I think 90% of the time they pass a new law it hurts our country.

Hat tip: Beltway Confidential via Instapundit

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