New National Poll: Voters Blame Lawmakers for Weak Job Growth

Voters across the political spectrum cite manufacturing job loss as a top economic concern and say it should be a priority for Congress and the White House this year, according to a new, bipartisan national poll.

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  • "We were going to compete, and remain an American manufacturer, and from that time on, we never looked back." http://t.co/3PuYpsFqT9 30 min 43 sec ago
  • More buzz for Factory Man, this time from @NewsHour. "It’s the largest employer in town. But it wasn’t & isn’t easy." http://t.co/3PuYpsFqT9 1 hour 22 min ago
  • @RossiMachServ How wonderful! We'd love that. 1 hour 24 min ago
  • The U.S. might be a "rising star" in manufacturing, but there's still a lot of work left: http://t.co/b6c8JbKyEX 18 hours 36 min ago
  • If the United States wants to maintain its "rising star" manufacturing status, it must do a few key things: http://t.co/yVBTFyywYF 21 hours 45 min ago
  • That's right: the U.S. is a "rising star" in manufacturing. But there's more to do to increase our competitiveness: http://t.co/yVBTFyywYF 23 hours 17 sec ago
  • .@BCGPerspectives says the United States is among the "rising stars" in global manufacturing. Here's our take: http://t.co/yVBTFyywYF 23 hours 44 min ago
  • Great @AP Q&A w/ @papergirlmacy on Factory Man: "When I write about economics, I write from the ground up." http://t.co/WSVs14gt2N 1 day 30 min ago
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  • "China is among several economies whose manufacturing price advantage over the U.S. is eroding..." http://t.co/BWfE2tsk7l 1 day 1 hour ago