American Public Favors Class-Warfare, Polling Indicates
January 24, 2014

New polling from USA Today and Pew on income inequality finds that the American public broadly endorses class warfare.

Voters are less persuaded that the government can do something useful to reduce inequality than they are that the government should do something useful. Could frustration mount to a boiling point seized by a class-conscious social movement like it began to in September 2011? Time will tell, but in any case, this evidence of public consciousness embracing class warfare is good news. 

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