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Obama, Democrats Well Positioned For Budget Debate
Friday, March 20 2009
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As Washington prepares to fully engage in the debate over President Obama's budget, two new national surveys from Democracy Corps and Greenberg Quinlan Rosner show that the president and his allies are well positioned to win the battle over his budget. Obama remains extremely popular, not only with his base but also with the broad middle of the American electorate. More important, both he and Congressional Democrats hold a truly dominant position over Republicans in Congress on the most important issues of the day, with voters preferring the president on issues such as the economy, energy and the deficit by 20 or 30 points each.

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