Public Option prevails, beats bi-partisanship in poll

52% to 39%, a strong public option is preferred.

The majority care less about bi-partisanship than they do about having a strong public option, according to a recently released research 2000/Daily Kos Poll.

Interesting to note that the youth and middle age both favor the public option heavily, while the 30 year-old and seniors prefer bi-partisanship.

Under 30 years of age:
61% to 27%

45 to 59 years of age:
56% for the public option

The south is alone in their preference of bi-partisanship.

Do what needs to be done Democrats.

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