(Gallup) Americans Name Government as the No. 1 U.S. Problem

Americans continue to name the government (18%) as the most important U.S. problem, a distinction it has had for the past four months. Americans’ mentions of the economy as the top problem (11%) dropped this month, leaving it tied with jobs (10%) for second place.

Though issues such as terrorism, healthcare, race relations and immigration have emerged among the top problems in recent polls, government, the economy and unemployment have been the dominant problems listed by Americans for more than a year.

The latest results are from a March 5-8 Gallup poll of 1,025 American adults.

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One comment on “(Gallup) Americans Name Government as the No. 1 U.S. Problem

  1. David Keller says:

    Wasn’t Ronald Reagan slammed by the press for saying this? Is it possible people actually know more than their enlightened government?