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April 11 - April 17, 2011

Who do you hold most responsible for the current federal budget impasse?

Answers Votes
Democrats 48%
Republicans 18%
Tea Party members 11%
All share equal blame. 23%

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Tagged categories: Government; Politics

Comment from Paul Schroder, (4/11/2011, 4:41 PM)

Mostly I just blame the fact that most people want something for nothing now days.

Comment from Timothy Werbstein, (4/12/2011, 8:21 AM)

This question is a bit misleading. "Tea party" legislators are a subgroup of Republicans. There are no Democratic "tea partiers."

Comment from Paul Pausch, (4/12/2011, 8:44 AM)

I believe that all politicians have had a part in this recession. They all lie, steal, and in my eyes can not be trusted.

Comment from David Lashchuk, (4/13/2011, 8:57 AM)

Tim: "This question is a bit misleading. "Tea party" legislators are a subgroup of Republicans. There are no Democratic "tea partiers." Imagine how partisan and ugly the politics would be if there was. The last thing business needs in this country is another political faction splitting us even more!

Comment from Michael Beitzel, (4/13/2011, 10:38 AM)

Democrats controlled all branches of goverment and did not pass a budget last year so the answer is obvious.

Comment from Rudi Rennert, (4/15/2011, 10:26 AM)

Everyday that congress meets you lose a little more of your liberty.

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