Rasmussen: 28% Likely To Feel Impact of Closed GM, Chrysler Dealerships


Twenty-eight percent (28%) of Americans say it’s at least somewhat likely that they will be personally impacted by the closing of General Motors and Chrysler dealerships across the country. But just nine percent (9%) say it’s very likely, according to a new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey.
Women say they are very likely to personally feel the impact of the dealership closings more than men.
However, 70% of adults nationwide say it’s not likely that they will be impacted by the closings, with 39% who say it’s not at all likely.

Seventy-two percent (72%) believe GM and Chrysler should decide which dealerships to close. But 13% say the government should make that decision, and 16% are not sure who should make those decisions.
Among investors, 79% say the automakers should decide which of their own dealerships to close, while only eight percent (8%) say the government should choose.

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