Yikes!  American’s aren’t feeling too confident about the looming fiscal cliff in Washington.  The Washington Post ran polls on how well Americans understood the fiscal cliff, how they expected it to effect them, what they thought the outcome would be, and who would be to blame for failure.  See the results below.

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What Americans Think About the Fiscal Cliff

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