The respondents were basically split when asked whether the spending cuts should take effect or be replaced with a combination of tax increases and spending cuts, as Mr. Obama has proposed.
The poll also showed that the overwhelming majority of the respondents recognized that the sequester would result in a reduction in the growth of spending, not an actual decrease from current spending levels.
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