84 Percent of Working Class Whites Say Government Doesn’t Represent Our Views

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A Kaiser Family Foundation/CNN poll finds 84 percent of white working class voters say that the government in Washington, D.C. doesn’t represent the views of people like them—and 74 percent of whites with a four-year college degree say they agree.

Significant numbers of working class whites feel left behind.

This is an interesting number, such a high percentage of one segment of the voting population feels left out by government. A larger than expected segment of the minority population seems to feel that the democrats have been holding them back.

Government seems to be the problem, not the solution. Limited government was what our Founding Fathers promised us, but that’s not what our government has morphed into.

Government has created a health care nightmare that is strangling jobs and holding the economy down. Corporate tax policies that discourage growth in the US that would create jobs and improve competition and increase wages.

Government is a hindrance not an assist to business.

The Free Market Economy is a wonderful thing and we need it now more than ever.

http://www.breitbart.com/2016-presidential-race/2016/09/21/cnn-poll-84-percent-of-working-class-whites-government-doesnt-represent-our-views/

Trump will win big especially if he pushes this point. It’s the Economy stupid. People vite with the pocketbooks!!

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