08/19/2011 09:31 am ET | Updated Oct 19, 2011

Emanuel Phone Poll Asks About Taxes, Tea Party, Daley And More

A telephone survey of Chicago voters offers the most extensive clues yet about what Mayor Rahm Emanuel might do to close a $636 million budget gap.

Closing libraries; a 15 percent cut to police, fire and emergency management administration; a $2.5 million cut to programs for seniors, low-income housing and domestic violence are all proposals respondents are asked to give their opinions on.

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