According to a new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey taken the week ending Sunday, March 13, 72% of voters now say the country is heading down the wrong track, also at its highest level since before the inauguration.
Support for repeal of the national health care law, passed by congressional Democrats a year ago, stands at 62%, the highest level since May of last year. The number of voters who believe the plan will increase the cost of care has tied its highest level since the law’s passage last March.
Only one-out-of-three (33%) workers nationwide expect to earn more money a year from now, marking the lowest level of optimism in nearly two years.
While the economy keeps stumbling along, voters continue to express little confidence in government as the solution.