While 45% of independents support the law, 51% oppose it. I&I tip pool The end.
Republicans are strongly opposed to the package., 59 percent said they “strongly oppose” and 20 percent said they “somewhat opposed”.
Only 19% of Republicans say they return the spending plan “firmly” or “to some extent.”
Among Democrats, 51 percent “fully support” it, while 37 percent “support it” to some extent.
The survey asked respondents: “In general, to what extent do you support or oppose the plan to spend 3.5 3.5 trillion and raise taxes by 2 trillion?”
Overall, 55% say they support the plan, and 42% oppose it.
Support for Biden’s Expenditure Package, which includes funds for pre-K, family and adult care, and Medicaid and Medicare Expansions have the full support of those living in urban areas – 72% – and rural areas. Weaker than the people of -42%.
Fifty-two percent of those living in the suburbs oppose it.
Men support more than women – 59% to 50% – and prefer blacks and Hispanics more than whites – 73% to 47%.
The poll surveyed 1,308 adults between September 29 and October 2.
It has a plus / minus margin of error of 2.8 percentage points.