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Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Great News!

A new poll gives me hope that even if Obama and the Democrats still refuse to compromise, the American people are beginning to understand our fiscal situation as a country as unsustainable. That plus Obama's increasing disapproval numbers have surely got to budge something in Washington sooner than later. If they don't, it's all on the Democrat's heads.

A new Fox News poll shows that a majority of American voters--58 percent--would vote "no" on raising the debt ceiling. Only 37 percent of American voters would vote to raise the debt ceiling. 

An even bigger majority--62 percent--would only vote to raise the debt ceiling after "major cuts in government spending." 
Only one in four Americans--27 percent--says that it would be "reckless" even to debate not raising the debt ceiling.
The poll, conducted by a bipartisan team of polling firms surveying 952 registered voters on land lines and cell phones, was conducted on Oct. 1 and Oct. 2. The margin of error is 3 percent. 

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