This week I asked readers what had them most worried about the various proposals being debated on Capitol Hill.
40.2% – What you don’t know
26.1% – What you do know
23.9% – What you do know that you don’t know
On the other hand, just 10.9% were worried that they’ll (Congress) do nothing, and a mere 2.2% were willing to adopt Mad Magazine’s Alfred E Neuman’s “What, me worry?” philosophy.
As for the prospects of how those proposals will look once (if?) they get to President Obama’s desk:
42.9% – Worried that it might get bigger
41.8% – Worried that it might get bigger and still not be enough
6.6% – Worried that it might not be big enough
Just 5.5% were worried that it wouldn’t get to President Obama’s desk, and the rest were consigned to the “What, me worry?” response.
Thanks to everyone who participated in this week’s bonus survey!
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