November 16, 2012 at 13:05 PM EST
Romney Lost, but His Ideas May Still Be Winners
Mitt Romney was soundly defeated in the presidential election but parts of his economic agenda live on. Republicans including House Speaker John Boehner have signaled a willingness to eliminate or cap tax deductions as a way to raise more revenue. That’s an idea that Romney floated toward the end of the campaign (and it’s similar to a proposal presented to Congress by President Obama that would cap the rate for deductions at 28%). Now a new Gallup poll of 1 009 adults conducted after the election suggests that some elements of Romney’s plan are still resonating with Americans. Almost all those ...
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