Voters’ distaste for the Democrats’ national socialist approach to health care now translates into a decisive 53-37 percent preference for Republicans over Democrats on the health care issue. That isn’t all, of course. Rasmussen finds that voters now strongly prefer the Republican approach to issues pretty much across the board:
Twelve points on the economy, fifteen on national security, eighteen on taxes–and that’s before voters have started to focus on the massive tax increases slated for next year. Only with respect to ethics do voters still think the parties are indistinguishable. As Paul noted last night, an improving economy may ease some of the anti-Democrat fervor that is abroad among voters, but it isn’t going to change the negative verdict voters have formed on the Democrats’ three years in power.
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