New poll on the size of government
A new CBS News/New York Times poll focuses primarily on President Obama's job rating, congressional approval and familiarity with the tea party, but also asks respondents for their preferences on the size and scope of government.
No surprise that a majority -- 53 percent -- want a smaller government with fewer services. Thirty-four percent favored a bigger government with more services.
That's consistent with a Post/ABC News poll from April that found 56 percent of respondents favored a smaller government with fewer services and 40 percent wanted a bigger government.
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