New Post-Kaiser-Harvard poll on role of government
Angry voters and sky-high public distrust of government are essential facts of this year's political landscape, but they are also only part of the story. A new, large-scale survey by The Washington Post, the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation and Harvard University on the role of government reveals the more complicated, and more interesting, reality of what Americans want from Washington.
Check out the online package, including the full questionnaire and graphics by clicking here. See also Dan Balz's Take on some major findings from the poll about the tea party and the enthusiasm the movement brings to the Republicans this fall.
All week, Behind the Numbers will feature additional breakdowns from the poll. Have a crosstab you'd like us to present? Let us know in the comments section below.
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