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4/18: McClatchy-Marist Poll

President Obama has laid out his plans to deal with the federal budget deficit.  Are voters satisfied with how he is handling the issue?  Do they approve of his overall job performance?  Do they think the nation is headed in the right or wrong direction, and what are their views toward Democrats and Republicans in Congress?  Find out in the latest national McClatchy-Marist Poll.  To read the full article, click here.

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  1. jANE MCKEON

    September 21, 2011 at 5:36 pm

    YOU PEOPLE REALLY WANT US TO BELIEVE THAT PALIN WOULD HAVE A REAL CHANCE AGAINST OUR PRESIDENT, ACCORDING TO YOUR TAMPA POLL?
    YOU MUST THINK WE JUST DROPPED OFF A TURNIP TRUCK OR SOMETHING…I MEAN REALLY, THAT IS SO LAUGHABLE, OR PERHAPS THE FOLKS IN TAMPA ARE WORSE OFF MORONS THEN PALIN HERSELF!

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  6. Mary Azzoli

    April 28, 2011 at 3:43 pm

    For those who are wondering, the wording for the question regarding support of the Tea Party Movement is: “Do you consider yourself to be a supporter of the Tea Party Movement?” — Mary Azzoli, Media Director, The Marist Poll

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  10. Derrick

    April 22, 2011 at 3:37 am

    What does “support the Tea Party Movement” mean? Does it mean give money to some organizers? Or drive activists to rallies, or just attend them? If so, then no I don’t. Does it mean agree with most of their ideas including reducing the deficit, national debt and overall size and reach of the government? If so then heck yes! Am I the only one who might have responded 2 different ways depending on the perceived definition of the word “support”? Has anyone done a poll to see if people “agree with”, not “support” the individual principles of the Tea Party Movement? If the pollsters really care about what people think, then a poll question should leave little room for ambiguity. As many polls as have been done throughout the decades, this simple fact should be obvious by now. The fact that someone would conduct a poll without adhering to that one simple rule, as if it’s a foreign concept, leads me to question whether the pollster has an agenda.

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  12. Tommy

    April 19, 2011 at 10:33 pm

    I am a member of the tea party,but I am against balancing the budget on the backs of the elderly,now or years in the future.
    The republicans are showing thier colors trying to use the democrat play book of not letting a crisis go to waste.
    If they continue down this path they are gonna hand obama and the democrats the 2012 elections on a silver pladder.
    I joined aarp today myself.

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