58% Say New Tax Money More Likely To Go To New Programs Than To Deficit Reduction – Rasmussen

President Obama may have to go back on his campaign promise against raising taxes on Americans making less than $250,000 a year in order to reduce the country’s record budget deficit.

But a new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey shows that even if the president and Congress raise taxes to reduce the federal deficit, 58% of voters think they are more likely to spend the money on new government programs.

Just 23% believe they are more likely to use the new tax money for deficit reduction, and another 19% aren’t sure.

58% Say New Tax Money More Likely To Go To New Programs Than To Deficit Reduction – Rasmussen Reports™.

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