Florida has recently proposed a bill that would cut food stamp eligibility for hundreds of thousands of residents, and a sizable number of Americans still agree that food stamps are too easy to come by in the United States.
A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that 42% of American Adults think it is too easy to get food stamps in this country, although that's down from 48% three years ago and a high of 52% in 2012.
Just 19% think it is too hard to get food stamps today. One-in-four (25%) think the level of eligibility is about right, but 13% are not sure.
Currently, out of a population of 324M in the U.S., 42 Million are on food stamps