Of course the Republicans.
The problem now is that the GOP has gerrymandered Congressional districts soo much that they don't care what The People think or what the polls say.
Most Republicans only have to convince their extremist base in order to keep their seats.
That's why Boehner is afraid to let the House vote on a clean budget resolution. He knows it may pass with all Democrats and 17 Republicans voting "YES". Then it will pass the Senate in 5 minutes and be signed by Obama in 2 minutes.
And THAT would piss off Republican extremists. Which means they would nominate more extremists in 2014 and this will lead to more Moderate Democrats winning House seats and a few more Republican extremists winning House seats, neither of which is good for the GOP.
Boehner is stuck between a rock and a hard place and he doesn't know which is worse.
He is going to have to choose between pleasing the minority Tea Party or the majority Democrats and Moderate Republicans.
I think in the end Boehner will make the right choice.