25 percent of Americans just pretend they know about deficit reduction

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As the title of the article suggests, Public Policy Polling conducted a survey in which they asked respondents about a deficit reduction plan that does not exist. The purpose of this poll was to see how many Americans would pretend to be knowledgeable about the plans enough to offer an opinion. In other words, this demonstrates how respondents who are uninformed about the subject matter will provide an opinion and thus leading to response error.

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