December 20, 2013


Sharp Partisan Divide Over Filibuster Rules

A new National Journal poll found that 59% of Democrats said they agreed with Sen. Harry Reid's (D-NV) move last month "to gut the ability of the minority party stall presidential nominees. Republicans strongly disagreed. Only 34% said the decision to allow nominees to be confirmed with only 51 votes was the right decision; 60% thought it was the wrong one."










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