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The same people that believed Mitt 47% Romney would win the Presidential election are the same people who believe the Republican party is coming back...Oh boy...

Despite spending years attacking the character of President Obama and the Democrats, a new Pew Research Center survey found that the American people trust Democrats more than Republicans 41%-31%.

The Pew Research Center’s annual survey of policy and priorities found that Democrats led Republicans on a wide range of character issues. Democrats had a 25 point lead (52%-27%) on being more willing to work with the other party. Democrats held a 20 point (52%-32%) advantage on the question of who is concerned with the needs of people like me. By a margin of 54%-35%, Republicans were found to be the more extreme party in their positions. Respondents also thought the Republican Party was more influenced by lobbyists than the Democratic Party (47%-30%), but the most telling question was who do people trust to govern ethically and honestly.

By a margin of 41%-31% those surveyed believed that Democrats govern in a more ethical and honest way than Republicans. This question goes to the heart of why Democrats continue to win elections. A majority of voters don’t trust the Republican Party. They don’t think Republicans will be honest with them. Some of these feelings are no doubt left over from the dishonest Bush administration, but much of the distrust comes from the way Republicans have chosen to govern.

http://www.people-press.org/2014/01/27/deficit-reduction-declines-as-policy-priority/


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PoliticsNation commented on Monday, Jan 27, 2014 at 13:02 PM

2013 was a tough year for the President but he's recovering..The good news is that the numbers are going up and not down! Were headed back up!

6 Reasons This Could Be Obama’s Best Year as President..
http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles...

PoliticsNation commented on Monday, Jan 27, 2014 at 14:27 PM

Last year, a former Republican senator called the Affordable Care Act as "a pile of manure." This year, he's lobbying in support of a major ACA provision.

Obamacare's opposition is fracturing in ways that spell trouble for conservatives.

http://on.msnbc.com/1esCqA5


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