Here’s what’s interesting about that: In December, a similar survey showed that just 40% of Americans thought it was better to let the auto companies fail.
It’s not surprising that the tide is turning against GM and Chrysler. Even those of us who have argued on behalf of Detroit are starting to wonder. Sure, we recognize the staggering ripple effects of an auto industry collapse. But now - as Detroit puts its hand out again just three months after its first request - Americans are growing leery. Fifty-seven percent of those polled by Rasmussen believe that GM and Chrysler will go out of business in the next few years, anyway.
What do you think? Are GM and Chrysler destined for scrap heap, no matter what we do? Or should we reach for our wallets again?
At the recent Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, 3,600 exhibitors demoed new products, most of which used sensors. Accelerometers, magnetometers, gyroscopes, cameras, touch screens, infrared and radar sensors endowed products with the ability to see, hear, and feel.
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