Public Pulse: stimulus and tax cuts

August 31, 2010

According to Rasmussen, 47% of likely voters say they are more worried government will do “too much” in reacting to the nation’s economic problems; 44% are more worried government will do too little.

According to Ipsos/Reuters, 49% off Americans would prefer to extend all the 2001 and 2003 tax cuts; 31% would only extend the tax cuts for people earning less than $200,000; and 15% would allow all of the tax cuts to expire.

According to Rasmussen, 38% of likely voters say last year’s stimulus helped the economy. 36% now say it hurt the economy. 21% say it had no impact.

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3 Responses to Public Pulse: stimulus and tax cuts

  1. Troy Cooper says:

    The question of “How much is being done to stimulate the economy” seems to be incorrect or incomplete at a minimum. The REAL question that needs to be addressed is whether it is “correct” actions being taken or not… I won’t dignify THAT polling question with a click.

  2. Troy Cooper says:

    The question of “How much is being done to stimulate the economy” seems to be incorrect or incomplete at a minimum. The REAL question that needs to be addressed is whether it is “correct” actions being taken or not… I won’t dignify THAT polling question with a click.

  3. Troy Cooper says:

    The question of “How much is being done to stimulate the economy” seems to be incorrect or incomplete at a minimum. The REAL question that needs to be addressed is whether it is “correct” actions being taken or not… I won’t dignify THAT polling question with a click.

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