- ï 87.5 percent agree that "the U.S. should eliminate remaining tariffs and other barriers to trade."
ï 85.2 percent agree that "the U.S. should eliminate agricultural subsidies."
ï 67.1 percent agree that "parents should be given educational vouchers which can be used at government-run or privately-run schools."
ï 65.0 percent agree that "the U.S. should increase energy taxes."
ï 90.1 percent disagree with the position that "the U.S. should restrict employers from outsourcing work to foreign countries."
When economists agree
Robert Whaples surveyed members of the American Economic Association. He covered lots of ground and found quite a lot of agreement, nearly all in the less-government direction. Survey write-up here. Greg Mankiw summarizes some findings here, including: