Public Pulse: your take on the debt ceiling
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According to CNN, only 17% of adults would support raising the debt ceiling without any measures to cut the budget deficit. 45% said they would support a plan only if it included proposals to cut the budget deficit and 36% said they would oppose an increase even if there were measures to cut the budget deficit.
According to Rasmussen, 56% of likely voters worry Congress and the President will cut spending too little in the final debt ceiling deal, while only 25% are concerned that they will cut spending too much.
According to ARG, 63% of adults think the economy is still in a recession; 20% do not think it is in a recession.
According to CBS, only 3% of adults say they are enthusiastic about how things are going in Washington. 14% are satisfied, 51% are dissatisfied, and 28% are angry. According to ABC/Washington Post, only 2% of Americans are enthusiastic about the way Washington works. 18% are satisfied, 54% are dissatisfied, and 25% are angry.