Poll: Democrats Want Compromise,
The Movement Republicans Prefer To Gut Them Like Sheep Resolve (General Budget Blah Blah Thread)
According to the poll, 68 percent of self-identified Democrats, as well as 76 percent of political independents, say they want Democratic leaders in the House and Senate to make compromises to gain consensus in the current spending debate. By comparison, 56 percent of self-identified Republicans — and 68 percent of Tea Party supporters — want GOP leaders to stick to their position, even if it means the inability to achieve consensus.
After 7 years, Markos, Josh et. al., take pride that you’ve worked that number down to the high sixties.