Americans Are Against Medicare, Social Security Cuts And For Higher taxes On Rich - Workers Independent News

So much for the suggestion that if voters actually knew how much Social Security and Medicare contributed to the budget they'd be willing to cut it. Jesse Russell reports.

A new poll out by Quinnipiac University has some clarifying numbers as we enter the long 2012 election season. Voters, overwhelmingly, like Medicare. 70 percent of those polled and told that Medicare was a major part of the federal budget said they were against limiting the program. 72 percent were against limiting Social Security...

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