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POLL DU JOUR
• 57 percent of Americans oppose all or most of the health care proposals in the Affordable Care Act;87 percent of Republicans, 77 percent of conservatives, 26 percent of Democrats and 32 percent of liberals agree.
• 54 percent overall would blame Republicans if the debt ceiling is not raised; 25 percent would blame President Obama; 15 percent would blame both.
• 51 percent would blame Republicans if there was a government shutdown if Congress does not pass a spending bill; 33 percent would blame President Obama; 12 percent would blame both.
• 45 percent say that if the debt ceiling is not raised, it will cause “major problems” in the U.S., 27 percent say it would cause “minor problems”; 17 percent say it would cause a crisis in the U.S.; 9 percent said it would cause no problems at all.
• 40 percent say a few days of government shutdown due to an impasse in Congress on spending would cause only “minor problems” in the U.S., 38 percent say it would cause “major problems”; 11 percent say it would cause a crisis; 11 percent said no problems at all.
Source: A CNN/ORC poll of 1,022 U.S. adults conducted Sept. 6 to 8.
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