Poll: 80% Of Americans Say They’re Worse Off Than 4 Years Ago, Reid Calls Findings ‘Meaningless’

According to Harry Reid, it’s “meaningless” that 80 percent of Americans say that they are WORSE off today than they were four years ago.

Keep telling yourself that all the way to November, Democrats!

Nicholas Ballasy writes at The Daily Caller:

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, a Nevada Democrat, called a new CBS News and New York Times survey finding that 80 percent of Americans are not better off financially than they were four years ago “so meaningless.” Reid said he does not “believe in” the poll’s results.


The poll, conducted among 1009 adults nationwide between March 7-11 via telephone, found that “just 20 percent of Americans feel their family’s financial situation is better today than it was four years ago” while “another 37 percent say it is worse and 43 percent say it is about the same.”

According to the survey, President Obama’s approval rating has hit a new low of 41 percent.

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