Overall, 44 percent of all registered voters say they approve of the "fiscal cliff" deal, stuck on New Year’s day, with about as many — 42 percent — disapproving. More than one in eight voters express no opinion on the subject.

But the two sides remain deeply divided: 67 percent of Democratic voters approve of the overall deal; 68 percent of Republican voters disapprove. Sentiment is particularly strong on the extremes, with 71 percent of liberal Democrats in favor and 74 percent of conservative Republicans opposed.

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