Americans Oppose Public Insurance Company, 50% To 35%

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  1. Revmitchell

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    By a 50 to 35 percent margin, Americans believe it's a bad idea to create a government health-insurance company to compete with private insurers.

    A Rasmussen Reports poll released Friday also shows that voters aren't buying promises that middle-class Americans won't eventually see tax hikes as a consequence of covering an estimated 45 million uninsured Americans.

    Fifty-six percent of those surveyed consider a tax increase for the middle class to be "very likely," and another 22 percent say it is "somewhat likely."

    Only 4 percent consider a tax hike on the middle class "not at all likely." President Obama has repeatedly insisted that no one earning less than $250,000 would get hit with an additional tax

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  2. LeBuick

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    How does Rasmussen and Faux polls differ with the others by such a margin?

    Oh yea, they are the only ones who sample a true cross section of America.
     

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