In pretty sharp contrast to the recent Bloomberg pool, WaPo/ABC findsbroad support for the Obama Deal:
The high bipartisan support for the package masks more tepid public approval for some of the main components of the agreement that comes before a key Senate vote Monday afternoon.
A slender 11 percent of those polled back all four of the deal's primary tax provisions: an across-the-board extension of Bush-era tax cuts, additional jobless benefits, a payroll tax holiday and a $5 million threshold for inheritance taxes. Just 38 percent support even two of the components.
But put all four items together, and 69 percent of all Americans support the package. Large majorities of Democrats, Republicans and independents alike favor the agreement, which has drawn stiff opposition from some Democrats in the House. In the poll, 69 percent of liberal Democrats support the agreement, which Obama has called a framework for legislation.
Looks like everyone is excited to get a tax cut! Or. Maybe have their current tax rates stay basically the same. I, for one, think all 70% of you are completely insane. I don't need a tax cut.