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Is the Federal Reserve doing enough to stimulate the economy?

This table lists all the recorded votes for this poll. If anonymous users are allowed to vote, they will be identified by the IP address of the computer they used when they voted.
VisitorVoteTimestampsort ascending
141.133.9.101Yes, low interest rates and quantative easing have kept us moving slowly ahead.October 31, 2012
198.228.201.160Yes, low interest rates and quantative easing have kept us moving slowly ahead.October 31, 2012
141.133.214.62Yes, low interest rates and quantative easing have kept us moving slowly ahead.October 31, 2012
71.196.146.21No, the Fed should be more aggressive in stimulating demand.October 25, 2012
141.133.190.63Yes, low interest rates and quantative easing have kept us moving slowly ahead.October 23, 2012
141.133.88.122No, the Fed should be more aggressive in stimulating demand.October 22, 2012
74.104.158.200Yes, low interest rates and quantative easing have kept us moving slowly ahead.October 21, 2012
108.49.139.232No, the Fed should be more aggressive in stimulating demand.October 21, 2012
24.218.179.204Yes, low interest rates and quantative easing have kept us moving slowly ahead.October 21, 2012
98.229.163.113Yes, low interest rates and quantative easing have kept us moving slowly ahead.October 20, 2012
141.133.172.108No, the Fed should be more aggressive in stimulating demand.October 20, 2012
98.110.164.169Yes, low interest rates and quantative easing have kept us moving slowly ahead.October 19, 2012
141.133.88.18Yes, low interest rates and quantative easing have kept us moving slowly ahead.October 19, 2012
141.133.88.57No, the Fed should be more aggressive in stimulating demand.October 19, 2012
141.133.88.121No, the Fed should be more aggressive in stimulating demand.October 19, 2012
141.133.82.108No, the Fed should be more aggressive in stimulating demand.October 19, 2012
141.133.88.139No, the Fed should be more aggressive in stimulating demand.October 19, 2012
141.133.88.114Yes, low interest rates and quantative easing have kept us moving slowly ahead.October 19, 2012

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