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Do you approve of Congress's "fiscal cliff" fix?

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.
Visitorsort descendingVoteTimestamp
173.76.182.110No, raising taxes dampens economic incentives. The real problem is spending.April 10, 2013
71.126.246.139No, raising taxes dampens economic incentives. The real problem is spending.April 14, 2013
141.133.122.37Yes, some taxes had to be raised to help solve our debt problem.October 18, 2013
141.133.88.62Yes, some taxes had to be raised to help solve our debt problem.January 10, 2013
141.133.88.83No, raising taxes dampens economic incentives. The real problem is spending.January 10, 2013
206.53.226.251No, raising taxes dampens economic incentives. The real problem is spending.December 16, 2013
141.133.82.122Yes, some taxes had to be raised to help solve our debt problem.January 11, 2013
141.133.88.95Yes, some taxes had to be raised to help solve our debt problem.January 7, 2013
38.97.104.130No, raising taxes dampens economic incentives. The real problem is spending.July 17, 2013
141.133.88.125Yes, some taxes had to be raised to help solve our debt problem.January 10, 2013
164.44.0.4No, raising taxes dampens economic incentives. The real problem is spending.May 6, 2013
69.37.84.221No, raising taxes dampens economic incentives. The real problem is spending.October 7, 2013
108.20.184.92No, raising taxes dampens economic incentives. The real problem is spending.January 7, 2013
141.133.88.56No, raising taxes dampens economic incentives. The real problem is spending.January 7, 2013
kleblancYes, some taxes had to be raised to help solve our debt problem.January 7, 2013
sgidionsenYes, some taxes had to be raised to help solve our debt problem.November 26, 2013

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