MSM Ignores Poll: 62% of Voters Prefer Fewer Govt. Services with Lower Taxes

It seems that the drive-bys in the mainstream media have decided to keep on driving past a Rasmussen poll that contradicts the message of certain left leaning darlings on the presidential campaign trail. (h/t MKFreeberg)

The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey found that 62% of voters would prefer fewer government services with lower taxes. Nearly a third (29%) disagrees and would rather have a bigger government with higher taxes. Ten percent (10%) are not sure.

Whoa, we're not supposed to think like that. No wonder the tax and spend cheerleaders in the MSM passed it by. Nearly all of the results reported in the Rasmussen report contradict liberal group think.

Not surprisingly, conservative voters like less government while liberal voters favor a bigger government. Fifty-seven percent (57%) of politically moderate voters prefer smaller government. A separate survey found that most adults (56%) are worried that the next president will raise taxes too much. Sixty-two percent (62%) of voters think American society is generally fair and decent. Twenty-seven percent (27%) think it is unfair and discriminatory. Those numbers have become slightly more positive over the past month. Three quarters of voters (75%) think people who move to America from other countries should adopt the nation’s culture. Just 13% think they should maintain their home country’s culture.

Worried about higher taxes? American society is fair and decent? Emphasis on American culture? That's not what the media has been shoveling my way via preferred campaign speech snippets and canned left wing messages. Thus it is no surprise that I didn't hear about this particular Rasmussen Report until someone outside of the MSM went looking for it. Terry Trippany is the editor and publisher of Webloggin. All emphasis in the quoted sections are mine throughout.