Obama, Democrats winning over public on ‘fiscal cliff’
(MCT) — WASHINGTON — Americans are increasingly doubtful that Congress and the White House will reach a budget deal as the deadline to the “fiscal cliff’’ approaches, according a new poll, though more said they still think a compromise will eventually be formed out of the fight.
According to Gallup, just 50 percent of those polled said they think President Barack Obama and Congress are at least somewhat likely to reach a budget compromise, down from a high of 59 percent on Dec. 9. An increasing number, 48 percent, said they see no resolution before a deadline of Jan. 1.
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