One of my fellow graduates students, John Cluverius (whom I still owe some drinks for proctoring an exam for me last semester... I haven't forgotten, John) has a post at the Monkey Cage on the American public's support for social spending across time. Using the "policy mood" data created by UNC Prof Jim Stimson, he shows a different result to that being bandied about in the press recently. It's an interesting post. Check it out.
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