Poll data on how much Americans care about inequality — not much

Joseph Lawler reports:

Respondents were not particularly worried about income inequality, which President Obama identified in December as the “defining challenge of our time.” Just five percent said that inequality was a major problem needing attention. And nearly all — 93 percent — of those who listed inequality as a problem said they were not at all or only slightly confident that the government could make real progress in addressing inequality in 2014.

Here is my post from earlier today.


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