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Tuesday, March 17, 2009


A new poll commissioned by STEWARD has found vast public pessimism concerning the stimulus' ability to positively impact lives here on Main Street.

The Washington Times reported on some of the poll's key findings, including:
"78 percent of New Hampshire residents believe the $800 billion bill will not improve their financial outlook. ... Less than a fourth believed it would improve the economy in their state."

"54 percent of those surveyed also opposed increasing the deficit to pay for the spending in the bill, 58 percent said states that mismanaged funds should not be bailed out and 69 percent opposed giving General Motors and Chrysler any additional loans."

Stay tuned for further analysis of this and other upcoming STEWARD polls.

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