Poll: 73% of Voters Support American Jobs Plan—Including 57% of Republicans
New polling from Invest in America and Data for Progress finds a bipartisan majority of voters—including 67% of Independents and 57% of Republicans—support President Biden’s Proposed $2.25 Trillion American Jobs Plan.
WASHINGTON - A vast majority of voters support the proposed American Jobs Plan, according to a new poll released today by Data for Progress and Invest in America. The poll found that by a +52 point margin, voters support the $2.25 trillion American Jobs Plan, including 73% of all voters and 57% of Republicans.
The poll also found that more than 60% of voters support every potential provision of the proposed American Jobs Plan, including investments in physical infrastructure, clean energy, manufacturing, housing, and the care economy.
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