51% of Americans have a favorable or very favorable view of the “tea parties” that were held around the nation last week to protest Obama administration taxation and other policies. 33% hold a negative view of the tea parties, while 15% are not sure.
For the first time this decade, a majority of non-retired Americans, 52%, doubt they will have enough money to live comfortably when they stop working.
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