- Only 11 percent of Americans reported being ‘majorly inconvenienced’ by the shutdown
- Experts warn that another shutdown could be on the horizon in coming months
PUBLISHED: 18:08 EST, 23 October 2013 | UPDATED: 18:08 EST, 23 October 2013
As politicians and cable news pundits spent the 16-day shutdown of the federal government describing the apocalyptic scenario of the shutdown, the vast majority of ordinary citizens weren’t even phased by the fed being closed for business, according to a new survey.
The Washington Post/ABC News survey, released Tuesday, finds that 78-percent of those polled say they were not inconvenienced by the shutdown at all.
Of the 22-percent who said they were inconvenienced, 11-percent described their troubles as a ‘minor inconvenience.’
Barely missed: Only 11 percent of Americans say they were majorly inconvenienced by government shutdown
The survey was conducted October 17…
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