This has to hurt. A poll by The Hill released Monday found that voters trust the Democratic Party more than the Republican Party on the budget—despite agreeing with the GOP plan. Respondents in the poll were asked to choose which blueprint they preferred without being told which party supported which plan, and 55 percent chose a plan extremely similar to the one Paul Ryan proposed last week. A whopping 65 percent said they supported lowering U.S. budget deficits by cutting spending rather than raising taxes. And to rub salt in the GOP’s wounds, many of the respondents who identified themselves as Democrats supported the Republican proposals. This could be why Jeb Bush told CPAC that Republicans were seen as “anti-everything,” you guys.