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Survey: Americans Support Keystone XL Pipeline Project by a 41 Point Margin

As gas prices climb toward $4 a gallon, a national survey released today by Quinnipiac University shows strong support for the job-creating Keystone XL pipeline project and an increasing number of Americans who say President Obama does not deserve a second term.  From the survey:

>> Americans Want the Keystone XL Pipeline Project and its Tens of Thousands of Jobs by a 41 Point Margin.  “Voters support 64 - 23 percent the proposed Keystone Pipeline. Support is 89 - 7 percent among Republicans, 63 - 24 percent among independent voters and 43 - 38 percent among Democrats.”

>> Survey Finds Strong Support for Repealing ObamaCare.  “[V]oters say 50 - 39 percent, including 51 - 37 percent among independent voters, that the U.S. Supreme Court should overturn Obama's health care reform law.”

>> An Increasing Majority of Americans Believe President Obama Doesn’t Deserve to be Reelected.  “Voters say 50 - 45 percent that President Obama does not deserve reelection, compared to 48 - 45 percent saying no in November.”

Speaker Boehner and House Republicans are standing with Americans who want to repeal ObamaCare, scrap the president’s failed economic policies, and address high gas prices through an “all of the above energy strategy” that includes the Keystone XL pipeline and increased production of American energy.  Learn more over at


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