Congressional Overdrive? 48% Disapprove of Auto Rescue Plan

The U.S. House of Representatives may have approved a $14 billion plan to rescue the American auto industry, but nearly half of Americans say they disapprove of the government’s intervention. With action on the legislation expected in the U.S. Senate as early as today, 48% of U.S. residents nationwide disapprove of Congress providing federal loans to the automakers while 41% approve of the federal assistance. Looking at registered voters in the United States, the numbers are similar.

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2 Responses to “Congressional Overdrive? 48% Disapprove of Auto Rescue Plan”

  1. Wilbert on September 30th, 2009 6:03 pm

    Thats strange. I would think that more people would be against the goverment giving money to automakers. It was their mistakes after all and not the peoples who now have to not only take the burden of the mistakes made by executives in the financial sector but for mistakes made by their counterparts in the automotive industry.

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