The partisan breakdown in the survey also suggests widespread support for extending the tax cuts. Fifty-nine percent of Republicans support extending all the tax cuts, while another 35 percent say some of them should be extended. Among independents, 41 percent say they should all be extended and another 42 percent say some of them should. Even among Democrats, 18 percent said extend them all and 55 percent said extend some of the tax cuts. The USA Today/Gallup poll was conducted Nov. 19 to 21 and surveyed 1,037 nationwide adults. It had a margin of error of plus or minus 4 percent. This post was updated at 9:57 a.m.
Poll: Eight In 10 Want To Extend At Least Some Bush Tax Cuts
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