Poll: Americans hopeful for a better 2014 as they recall important, memorable moments of 2013

  • Article by: JENNIFER AGIESTA , Associated Press
  • Updated: December 26, 2013 - 9:45 PM

WASHINGTON — Large number of Americans see 2013 as anything but a banner year and aren't reluctant to wave goodbye on New Year's Eve, a new AP-Times Square poll says, reflecting anxiety stretching from the corridors of power in Washington to corporate boardrooms, statehouses, and city and town halls.

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timetofaceitDec. 26, 13 9:44 AM

"Americans hopeful" I didn't get that from these figures, in fact these figures are really awful, especially for the elderly.

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jpcooperDec. 26, 13 9:53 AM

People see the Republicans taking over the Senate as the "hope" for 2014... It all starts with getting the 60th and deciding vote for Obamacare out! Al Franken!

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windigolakeDec. 26, 13 2:32 PM

Getting rid of the Teapublicans in the worst House of Representatives EVER will go a long way toward a better America in 2015. At least we won't have to endure another 25 worthless votes to overturn the ACA. And more hearings on Benghazi?? Spare me! A Democratic majority in the House and Senate will allow some real progress, instead of T-GOP gridlock, credit default threats and shutdowns.

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roadtoruinDec. 26, 13 4:56 PM

I can tell you right now windigolake. You won't be liking 2014 very much and the same goes for all the remaining, ever-dwindling legion of Obama supporters.

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avejoeconDec. 26, 13 5:17 PM

Democratic majority in the House and Senate will allow some real progress, instead of T-GOP gridlock, credit default threats and shutdowns.-----------Yep, progression to the end of a once beautiful country. Greece, here we come. Remember, you eventually run out of other people's money to spend. But, I don't think we have to worry. Obama took care of that one himself when he destroyed the best health care system in the world.

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