Despite the fact that America believes that the Economy is in the dumps,voters do not want another stimulus.
Rasmussen adds that sixty percent (60%) of U.S. voters now oppose the passage of a second economic stimulus plan this year, a five-point increase in opposition since the issue was first raised in March. In fact, a June study reported that Americans want the government to cancel the rest of the first stimulus.
As one would expect eighty-one percent (81%) of Republicans oppose a second stimulus. More striking is the fact that two-thirds of independent (66%) are against passage of a second stimulus plan. Democrats of course support a second stimulus but barely, only (45%) like the idea. Voters are not satisfied with the first spending bill, 31% say it has helped the economy and 30% say it has hurt.
Very interesting is the fact that 54% off all Americans believe that the average Democratic Congressman is too liberal for them, 25% believe that the average Republican Congressman is two liberal for them, a reflection of the fact that Democrats are too liberal and Republicans have moved off track over the past few years. Republican candidates should see this as a warning.
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13% Not sure
2* How likely is it that Congress and the President will try to pass another economic stimulus package this year?
3* In political terms, is the average Democrat in Congress more liberal than you are, more conservitive, or about the same as you ideologically?
54% The average Democrat in Congress is more liberal than you are
4* Okay… In political terms, is the average Republican in Congress more liberal than you are, more conservative, or about the same as you ideologically?
5* Fine… Is the representative in Congress from your district more liberal than you are, more conservative, or about the same as you ideologically?
21% More conservative
Maybe the reason America does not like the Stimulus is found on Michele Maklin’s blog
Nearly 4 in 10 Americans say their views are growing more conservative. Despite the results of the 2008 presidential election, Americans, by a 2-to-1 margin, say their political views in recent years have become more conservative rather than more liberal, 39% to 18%, with 42% saying they have not changed. While independents and Democrats most often say their views haven’t changed, more members of all three major partisan groups indicate that their views have shifted to the right rather than to the left