Mass. Voters Protested Against Weak Wall Street, Health Care Policies

Via Sam Stein

In a somewhat paradoxical finding, a plurality of voters who switched to the Republican -- 37% said that Democrats were not being "hard enough" in challenging Republican policies.

Among people who switched -- 36% thought (the health care bill) didn't go far enough.

For voters who stayed home and opposed health care, a full 53% said they opposed the Senate health care bill because it didn't go far enough.

3 comments:

J said... / Jan 21, 2010, 9:15:00 PM  

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ui4ElSz_bKU

"didn't go far enough" is too vague

Codester said... / Jan 22, 2010, 12:39:00 AM  

Among people who switched to Republicans or sat it out (specifically over anger at their own party?) What do you think it means?

The full article wasn't too vague.
Go read it, Bonehead.

J said... / Jan 22, 2010, 2:05:00 AM  

I read the whole article, ooold lady. Keep getting spoon fed Huffpo pieces where they quote moveon.org sponsored polls with vague questions asked.

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