Public Pulse: The American Dream
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According to GWU/Politico, only 30% of likely voters think the next generation is likely to be economically better off than the current one. 59% say it is not likely to be better off.
According to The Hill, 75% of likely voters said the right level of taxation for top earners was 30% or below. Only 4% thought it was appropriate to take 40%.
According to Rasmussen, 64% of likely voters say thoughtful spending cuts should be considered in every program of the federal government in order to solve the federal budget crises. 22% disagree, and 13% are not sure.
According to the National Journal, 55% of adults think the auto companies should have been allowed to succeed or fail on their own instead of getting a bailout.