Rural groups endorse budget issues over social programs in a survey by the Washington Post (pdf). The survey found that rural voters are more likely than other voters to want to see a small-government state continue to be a source of tax revenue:
In fact, rural voters are more likely than other voters to favor smaller government (38 percent versus 29 percent). Rural voters are also more likely than rural voters overall to say that government does not get enough from its people in the form of social programs (50 percent versus 33 percent).
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The GOP-majority states that the poll covers are: Texas, North Dakota, Iowa, Colorado, South Dakota, and Nevada.