It's Friday, the sun rose this morning, and Americans still don't really care about reducing the debt.

A new WSJ/NBC poll finds that 40 percent or less of the country is comfortable with spending cuts, tax increases, or significant changes to Social Security. Some combination of at least two, or probably all three, of those measures will be necessary to reduce the debt.

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Read on at WSJ.


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