As I noted earlier, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid compared opponents of his health care bill to those who supported maintaining the institution of slavery. Yet by making such a statement, Reid was smearing not only his Republican Senate colleagues, but a majority of his constituents, according to a new Mason-Dixon poll conducted for the Las Vegas Review-Journal:
The telephone poll of 625 registered voters found that 53 percent of Nevadans oppose the president’s attempt to provide a remedy for problems in the nation’s health care system. Support for the plan is at 39 percent.
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