July 13, 2011


Most GOP Voters See Need for Revenue Increases

A new Gallup Poll finds that just 26% of GOP voters think a deal to lift the debt ceiling should consist entirely of spending cuts.

The vast majority of Republicans believe that at least some tax revenue increases are necessary, which is contrary to the current position of the Republican congressional leadership.

Nate Silver: "The Republicans in the House of Representatives are extremely conservative on fiscal matters and are significantly out of step with the public as a whole."










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