Half of Americans Still Unsure About Impact of Sequestration

More than half of Americans, 54%, say they are unsure of whether the budget sequester that began on March 1 has been a good or a bad thing for the U.S. Those who have an opinion are twice as likely to say it has been a bad thing as a good thing. Americans’ opinions have moved little over the nearly five months the sequester has been in effect. [cont.]

Jeffrey M. Jones, Gallup