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Wednesday
Apr302014

Americans' Level of Worry--Independents 2014

This is a March Gallup survey on the concerns of Independent Americans about national problems (people who do not register as Democrats or Republicans).  It is interesting to note that hunger and homelessness is sixth and unemployment is fifth.  If our legislators went to work every day just to work on the top ten issues exclusively, we might be able to solve some these intractable issues in our society.   It is also interesting to note that issues that are at the top of national media outlets don't even make the top issues like terrorism and natural disasters.  These are the registered independents.  We have posted the opinions of all Americans regarding the level of worry on our information log.  Check it out...

 

Brian Davis

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