Ev-Ze asks:

Will there be a shutdown of the US federal government in 2023?

Started Jan 13, 2023 06:00PM UTC
Closing Jan 01, 2024 08:01AM UTC

The last federal shutdown occurred in December 2018 to January 2019, and current appropriations would expire on 30 September 2023 (Congressional Research Service, ABC News, H.R.2617). For the purposes of this question, a "shutdown of the US federal government" would mean a ceasing of operations due to a lack of funding appropriation. A partial shutdown would count (Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget).

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Possible Answer Crowd Forecast Change in last 24 hours Change in last week Change in last month
Yes 56.29% -31.63% -15.56% +36.26%
No 43.71% +31.63% +15.56% -36.26%

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