Here’s a link to an important and interesting national survey released today by the Republican State Leadership Committee (RSLC), conducted by Nicole McCleskey.
Among the key findings:
— President Obama’s approval rating drop now ties Bill Clinton with the steepest decline in presidential approval ratings during the first six months in office.
— Important signs that the Republican Party is regaining some ground, including handling of economic growth and job creation.
— There has been a dramatic shift in the view of the appropriate role of government since Obama assumed office, with voters now assuming a “less is more” posture.
— Voters want the states to take a bigger role in policy-making and setting priorities.
— Nearly half the country thinks the Obama health care plan is a bad idea, and prefer the reform ideas coming out of states.
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CLICK BELOW FOR THE LINK TO THE INTERVIEW SCHEDULE: