Congressmen at town hall meetings should listen and not be heard.

A Rasmussen Reports poll of September 3 indicates that 56% of voters nationwide want Congressmen at Health Care Town Hall meetings to be seen and not heard.

Fifty-six percent (56%) of voters nationwide say that it’s more important for Congressmen to hear the view of their constituents rather than explain the proposed health care legislation. The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey found that 37% hold the opposite view while 7% are not sure.

The desire for Congress to listen may stem from the fact that voters believe they understand the legislation better than Congress.

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