ISIS? Global warming? Unemployment? Nope, as reported by CNS News, “a Gallup poll of 1,025 American adults conducted March 5-8 discovered that Americans are more likely to volunteer that government is our “most important” problem as opposed to any other.”
“In the survey, Gallup asked: “What do you think is the most important problem facing the country today.” Eighteen percent responded to the question by expressing dissatisfaction with government, Congress or politicians. Eleven percent said the economy general; and 10 percent said unemployment or jobs.”
I have to ask this question: how many of you believe the economy can be fixed without fixing government? This is almost a chicken and egg-type question because we must ask ourselves, do the second and third ranked problems have a direct correlation to the first? And that leads to an even more interesting question, is the number one problem in America related to the electorate in America?
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