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The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, February 5, 1992 - Page 7
AP" ,pol insvtesd not want Bush again.
Seventy-five percent said president's new tax proposal will not significantly affect personal finances

WNEW YORK (AP) - Three out
of four Americans believe President
Bush's tax proposals would not
make a significant change in their
personal finances and just 38 percent
say he deserves re-election, accord-
ing to an Associated Press poll.
. Results of the po1l highlight the
considerable challenge facing Bush
as, he prepares to launch his camn-
* paign for a second term while under
pressure to revitalize the recession-
bound economy.
Forty-eight percent said Bush
does not deserve re-election to a sec-
ond term. That view was shared by
21 percent of Republicans and 52
percent of independents, whose
swing vote could prove crucial in
deciding the outcome in November.
Fifteen percent said they did not
know or did not answer.

The poll showed pessimism
about the economy as a clear influ-
ence 'on those saying Bush has not
earned re-election.
Democ rats were named by 41
percent of those polled as the party
that would do the best job -in deal-
ing with the economy, while 38 per-
cent said the nation's economic
problems would be safer in
Republican hands.
The telephone poll of 1,000
Americans was conducted
Wednesday through Sunday by ICR
Survey Research Group of Media,
Pa. It has a margin of sampling error
of plus or minus 3 percentage
points.
The interviews began the night
after President Bush delivered his
State of the Union Message, outlin-
ing steps designed to lift the econ-

Democrats were named by 41 percent of those
polled as the party that would do the best job
in dealing with the economy, while 38 percent
said the nation's economic problems would be
safer in Republican hands.

omy out of what economists say
could turn out to be the longest re-
cession since the 1930s.
Bush proposed a variety of tax
breaks for businesses and individu-
als, including tax credits for first-
time home buyers. Ile announced
that the government would with-
hold less from individual paychecks,
a move designed to pump more cash
into the economy.
Bush also renewed his longstand-
ing demand for congressional pas-

sag~e of a reduction in the tax on cap-
ital gains.
Among those surveyed, just 29
percent said they expected to derive
some personal benefit from those
proposals, while 61 percent said
they would not and 10 percent ex-
pressed uncertainty.
Only 42 percent of Republicans
polled expected to benefit from
Bush's proposals.
The pessimism seemed to center

more on pocketbook concerns than
on whether Bush could get his pro-
posals enacted by the Democratic-
controlled Congress. Just 18 per-
cent said they expected a significant
difference in the amount of money
they will have if Bush's proposals
are adopted.
A full 74 percent said adoption
of Bush's proposals would not make
a difference. Among Republicans, it
was 69 percent..
This pessimism is strongly
linked to Bush's re-election support,
showing up in the responses of 82
percent of those saying Bush does
not deserve a second term.
With the election still nine
months away, Bush has plenty of
time to recover support, especially
if there is a recovery.
While recession worries have

clearly helped the Democrats~. 51
percent said it would make little
difference to their future well-be-
ing no matter, which party won..'
Twenty-two percent thought the
Democrats were a better bet while
20 percent chose the Republicans.
Television network polls have
shown a leveling off of President
Bush's job approval rating, which
plunged from around 90 percent
during the Gulf W~ar to under 50
percent by December. It has re-
mained at 46 or 47 percent since
then.
In the horse race polls that pit
Bush against an unnamed Democrat,.
the president broadened his lead
from 47-45 in early January to 52-43
after his State of the Union speech,
CNN and USA Today reported this
week.

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