Voters prefer GOP ideas on budget, but dislike the Republican Party

Seligman, Lara
March 2013
Hill;3/18/2013, Vol. 20 Issue 31, p12
The article focuses on the findings of this journal's survey revealing higher trust among voters for the U.S. Democratic Party's budget plans and preference for the Republican Party's fiscal policies.


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