Gallup: Majorities in U.S. View Gov't as Too Intrusive and Powerful

Discussion in 'Politics' started by Trader666, Oct 13, 2010.

  1. Majorities in U.S. View Gov't as Too Intrusive and Powerful
    Independents largely side with Republicans in denouncing big government
    by Lydia Saad
    October 13, 2010

    PRINCETON, NJ -- Record- or near-record-high percentages of Americans are critical of the size and scope of government, as measured by four Gallup trend questions updated in September. This sentiment stretches to 59% of Americans now believing the federal government has too much power, up eight points from a year ago.


    Nearly as many Americans also give the antigovernment response to a question asking whether government should do more to solve the country's problems or whether it is doing too many things that should be left to businesses and individuals. Today's 58% saying it is doing too much is just slightly below the 59% to 60% levels recorded in the mid- to late '90s.


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  2. I agree .I wish Obama would end many of Bush's programs that has intruded our lives.End the patriot act now !!!!!!!!!!!!!!.No more new departments (like the Department of Homeland security)!!!!!!!!!!.No more unfunded additions to Medicare like Bush's Medicare plan etc !!!!!!!!!!.Stop strip searching me when I go to the airport !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  3. What else?
  4. You must not have gotten the libtard memo: blaming Bush doesn't work anymore.