March 2012
Money;Mon2012, Vol. 41 Issue 2, p80
The article discusses economic aspects of the U.S. 2012 presidential election, providing information on how candidates including U.S. President Barack Obama, Mitt Romney, and Newt Gingrich stand on issues including taxation, the U.S. federal deficit, and health insurance. The article examines the argues that Democrats and Republicans have made concerning economic growth, health care reform, and Medicare and Social Security. The article also presents the results of reader surveys on issues including their willingness to vote for a candidate who would raise taxes, their trust in the government, and job growth.


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