Likely Iowa GOP voters want to protect Social Security, too
Another survey that states the obvious: Americans, across the board, oppose cuts to Social Security, Medicaid and Medicare.
The AARP’s new state survey finds that 64.5% of likely Republican Caucus goers oppose cuts to Social Security. 67.3% oppose cuts to Medicare.
Read the full AARP press release here.
AARP today released state specific survey results showing that by nearly 3 to 1, (64.5% for Social Security, 67.3% for Medicare), likely Republican Caucus goers overwhelmingly oppose cutting Social Security and Medicare benefits to reduce the deficit.
“Opposition to these benefit cuts among Republicans across the ideological spectrum confirms what AARP has been hearing from Iowans throughout our campaign to protect Social Security and Medicare: Whether Republican, Democrat, Independent or Tea Party supporter, voters overwhelmingly oppose cuts to these programs,” said AARP Iowa State President Tony Vola.
Read the Iowa survey results here.
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