Nate Beeler cartoon via TownHall
Disagreeing? 55%. Which is a majority but not much of one.
Of course you can get 29% of the American people to agree that the moon is made out of Swiss cheese. Anywhere from 39% – 45% of the American people approve of the job Obama is doing as President, an equally absurd notion.
I usually ignore polls because they almost always depress me, but this actually looks like positive news, for once. 29% is left-wing moonbat territory. If this is the best the liberal mob can do after their latest round of vicious attacks on the tea party, they should cease and desist because their heavy-handed and over the top political agitprop will end up back-firing. The majority ain’t buying.
Still, a plurality (43%) of all voters think the Tea Party has made things worse of the country in the budget debates in Congress. Thirty-two percent (32%) say the Tea Party has made things better for America, and 14% say it’s had no impact. Eleven percent (11%) are undecided.
Again, there’s a noticeable partisan divide: 53% of Republicans believe the Tea Party has made things better, while 73% of Democrats feel it has made things worse. Unaffiliated voters are evenly divided with 37% saying the Tea Party made things better and 37% worse.
Just 34% of all voters in separate polling favored tax hikes as part of the deal to raise the debt ceiling. Fifty-five percent (55%) opposed including tax increases of any kind in the deal.
That’s more in line with the depressing state of affairs in this country. That “plurality” of 43% who think the tea party has made things worse would be the numbskulls who still support Obama. On the other hand, voters who think the tea party has made things better, made no difference or don’t know AKA people who live in a little place called, “Realityville”, add up to 57%.