Thirty-five percent (35%) believe it's better to subsidize their continued existence, according to a new Rasmussen Reports
national telephone survey. Seventeen percent (17%) are undecided.
Sixty-four percent (64%) of Republicans and 60% of unaffiliated voters say it's better to let troubled companies like GM fail, compared to 26% of Democrats. Fifty percent (50%) of Democrats think it's better to subsidize them, but just one-quarter of GOP and unaffiliated voters agree.
Fifty-three percent (53%) of investors say it is better to let companies like GM fail, compared to 38% of non-investors.
In a survey last week, 46% of Americans opposed a government bailout for the Big Three automakers.
Just 28% say the best course for the U.S. economy is for Congress now to pass a new economic stimulus plan that includes money for the financially stumbling Big Three automakers. The House and Senate came back into session this week to consider such a plan, but additional aid for the automakers appears unlikely. CLICK HERE
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