Reduce the deficit

Clarice Feldman and Rosslyn Smith
A new Rasmussen polls shows that by an almost two to one margin, voters say that deficit reduction should be President Obama's highest prioriy.

Forty percent (40%) of U.S. voters now say cutting the federal deficit in half by the end of his first term should be President Obama's number one priority. That's up three points from a month ago.

A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey shows that, of the four priorities outlined by the President earlier this year, 21% rate health care reform as the most important. Eighteen percent (18%) say ensuring that every child has access to a complete and competitive education should be the priority, and 15% put the emphasis on development of new sources of energy
A new Rasmussen polls shows that by an almost two to one margin, voters say that deficit reduction should be President Obama's highest prioriy.

Forty percent (40%) of U.S. voters now say cutting the federal deficit in half by the end of his first term should be President Obama's number one priority. That's up three points from a month ago.

A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey shows that, of the four priorities outlined by the President earlier this year, 21% rate health care reform as the most important. Eighteen percent (18%) say ensuring that every child has access to a complete and competitive education should be the priority, and 15% put the emphasis on development of new sources of energy