Tea Party Majority

Scott Rasmussen finds that 75% of likely voters are either “very angry” or “somewhat angry” about the federal government’s current policies. A plurality of 45% are “very angry,” up nine points since September. A mere 19% say they are not very or not at all angry about the federal government’s policies.
That’s a lot of anger for the Democrats to overcome between now and November.

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