Warren Buffett has famously said that of course there’s a class war, “and my class has been winning.”
But in this election, Mitt Romney – the candidate of, by and for the 1 percent – lost. And he lost significantly because the middle class responded to a class war debate, according to this election day poll by Democracy Corps and the Campaign for America’s Future.
Voters are worried about both jobs and deficits. They see the two as the two leading priorities for the president and the Congress. [cont.]
Democracy Corps/Campaign for America’s Future