The public expresses considerable skepticism about extending loans to General Motors and Chrysler to help the automakers stay in business with only three-in-ten saying this is the right thing for the government to do, down from 39% in December. More than six-in-ten (63%) say this is the wrong thing for the government to do. Democrats are slightly more supportive than Republicans and independents, but still only 37% of Democrats says this is the right thing for the government to do. Nearly three-in-ten independents (28%) agree, as do 21% of Republicans. Read More