Here is a new Rassmussen poll regarding voters perception of the federal government.
In the poll done this month it shows that 75% of voters in the US are angry at its current policies. Of that 75%, 45% are very angry.
68% of mainstream voters don't think that the leaders of either party have a good understanding of what the country needs today.
In terms of how both parties stand, 89% of Republicans are angry and 61% of Democrats are angry.
49% worry that the government will try to do too much to help the economy as where 39% worry it will not do enough.
59% say cutting taxes is better than the government increasing spending but 72% are convinced the government will do just the opposite.
Of the most angry, it seems that those making between $60,000 and $100,000 are the most angry. Why then since the Obama administration put its sights on the $250,000 mark in terms of increased taxes? Perhaps it is because those who are that wealthy have not had their lifestyle curbed or threatened as much as those in the middle class. After all, if the wealthy are "hurting" they simply cut jobs or raise their prices on things.