69% in Michigan Say Government Should Sell Shares in GM, Chrysler ASAP: Rasmussen

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Most adults in Michigan (69%) say the government should sell its shares in General Motors and Chrysler as soon as possible.

A new Rasmussen Reports telephone survey in the state finds that only 13% think the government should hold on to the companies, both based in Michigan, for a long time.

Those numbers are generally similar to those found on the national level, where 80% say the government should sell the shares as soon as possible.

The majority of Republicans, Democrats and unaffiliated voters living in the state agree that the government should sell its shares immediately.

Fifty-one percent (51%) of Michigan adults favor a proposal that would require the government to sell its shares in the companies within one year. More than one in four (28%), however, oppose such a proposal.

When it comes to the financial system, 63% in Michigan say the government should sell its shares in banks as soon as possible, while 28% say they should hold on to them for a long time.

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