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- May 30, 2007
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The Quinnipiac University poll also shows that few of those surveyed expect President Barack Obama to make much progress with congressional leaders at a White House meeting, originally scheduled for tomorrow, that is likely to focus on economic issues.
Asked about their own priorities, 45 percent of those surveyed support additional spending to stimulate job growth, 32 percent want to see the federal budget deficit reduced, and 17 percent want lower taxes -- even as Congress meets in a lame- duck session to debate the continuation of Bush-era tax cuts.
You cant spend your way to economic recovery. The government needs to stop the spending, cut taxes and nix alot of these regulations that make it a pain in the ass to start business to create jobs.
U.S. Voters Prefer Job Creation Over Deficit Cuts, Poll Shows - Bloomberg