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Polling: Deficits vs. economic human rights

John Duda

John Duda

Executive director, The Real News Network more

In March of 2019, The Democracy Collaborative worked with YouGov Blue to assess whether US respondents believed that government intervention was desirable to make sure the economy delivered basic social needs, and whether or not concern over deficits should override attempts to meet these needs. Our results showed a strong overall preference for an economy that works for all, whether or not this results in increased deficits.

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