***The Iowa Standard is an independent media voice. We rely on the financial support of our readers to exist. Please consider a one-time sign of support or becoming a monthly supporter at $5, $10/month - whatever you think we're worth! If you’ve ever used the phrase “Fake News” — now YOU can actually DO something about it! You can also support us on PayPal at [email protected] or Venmo at Iowa-Standard-2018 or through the mail at: PO Box 112 Sioux Center, IA 51250

No thank you seems to be the message from likely U.S. voters when it comes to the $3.5 trillion spending bill currently before Congress. A new Ramussen Reports national phone and online survey shows just 36 percent of likely U.S. voters support passing the bill. Twenty-three percent strongly support passing it.

However, 53 percent said they are opposed, and that includes 41 percent who are strongly opposed. Fifty-two percent of voters said they oppose raising the limit on federal borrowing. Just 40 percent support increasing it.



Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here