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Q-Poll Finds Obama Budget Support Right Around 50 Percent

Obama opponents would obviously prefer if these numbers from Quinnipiac were reversed, but all things considered, support for Obama’s budget seems pretty mild:

American voters say 51 – 45 percent that President Barack Obama’s new budget, which doubles the national debt in 10 years, is needed to fix the economy and address issues such as education and health care, the independent Quinnipiac University poll finds.  President Obama’s budget wins 80 – 16 percent support from Democrats and 50 – 46 percent support from independent voters, while Republicans say 76 – 20 percent it is too costly.

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