Jobs: Partisan Problem
Democrats are more likely (by 20 points) to say jobs are difficult to find.
Views of the job situation continue to differ along partisan lines with 69% of Democrats and 65% of independents — but only 49% of Republicans — saying jobs are hard to find in their area. This gap has persisted even as the impression that jobs are scarce has risen across party lines. Overall, 61% of Americans now say jobs are difficult to find in their area compared with 48% who said so in November 2007. Read More
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