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When I saw this tidbit, I just had to share. IRS is viewed favorably by 49% of respondents, Tea Party Movement by 36%.
*** SUMMARY CHART ***
Barack Obama 50%
The Internal Revenue Service 49%
The Democratic Party 42%
The Republican Party 40%
The Tea Party Movement 36%
Nancy Pelosi 29%
Harry Reid 16%
John Boehner 12%
Full poll results can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/projects/pdf/040 … 10_web.pdf
The link has already been pulled. Someone at Fox must have realized that they had actually reported something truthful.
Heads will roll!
How can anybody actually like the people that collect your taxes?
It was a convergance of cosmic forces never again to be witnessed in our lifetime....
Or maybe you were having a strange dream...
It's working for me now. I must've made a mistake in the formatting, so I did it the simple way. Does it work for anyone else?
Works. And the IRS is more popular than the Republican party too.
Obama's approval rating is at 43% on the latest FOX poll. This is from yesterday's poll:
http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2010/04 … elections/
CBS has the POTUS at 44%, with only 34% approving of his handling of health care.
http://hotair.com/archives/2010/04/02/c … low-of-44/
Yep, last I heard was 43% approval for Obama also. I think the difference here, though, is the poll up there that had Obama at 50% was "favorable" and not "approval". Maybe I'm wrong, but I think it shows that 50% of respondents "like" him (maybe as a person and not necessarily as a politician), but not that many "approve" of the way he's doing his job.
Where did they take the survey? In the oval office or maybe south side of Chicago huh ;-)
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