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Poll results: Spenders, savers and shoppers

We asked our online readers what they intended to do with their federal tax rebates. Here are the results, with 94 responses:
– Pay bills ó 51 percent
– Save it ó 34 percent
– Shop till you drop ó 15 percent
Sample comments:
From “jackiep”:
“I will put it all into a special savings account I opened two weeks ago to help pay the upcoming tax hike and water-sewer assessments after I am annexed by the City of Salisbury. This is money I would have split between spending in town and donating to various charities here in Salisbury.”
Next question:
Do you plan to vote in the May 6 primary?
To take our online poll and post comments, go to www.salisburypost.com and click on “Blogs.”

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