September 24, 2009

FIFTY YEARS OF TALKING POINT DOWN THE DRAIN:

Poll: Health-care reform no big deal to most (CHRIS BRENNAN, 9/24/09, Philadelphia Daily News)

Want to know why President Obama continues to have trouble gaining traction in the national debate about health-care reform?

A Franklin & Marshall College poll to be released today offers a few key clues. The national survey of 1,046 people, including 900 registered voters, found that only one in five considered health care to be the most important problem facing their families today.


In case you wondered how they've managed not to pass a health care plan since Truman tried...

Posted by Orrin Judd at September 24, 2009 4:28 PM
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