As the Senate considers the merits of the program, let's consider the public's analysis. When Rasmussen began polling people about the Cash for Clunkers program in mid-June, 54% of Americans opposed the program and only 35% reported support for it. More than a month and $1 billion later, Rasmussen reports the public disapproval remains at 54%, and general approval has actually dropped to 33%.
With public support clearly not behind this clunker of a program, how many of us actually think our representatives in Senate--with a filibuster-proof 60-seat Democratic majority--are going vote against this?
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