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New Poll: Majority Of Voters Support Reconciliation to Pass American Jobs & Families Plans Together, Blame GOP For Lack of Bipartisanship

56% of Voters, Including a Plurality of Independents, Support Passing the American Jobs and Families Plans Together Through Reconciliation
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According to a new poll from Invest in America and Data for Progress, a majority of voters support passing the American Jobs and Families Plans together through reconciliation. The poll also found that voters blame Republicans in Congress for the lack of an infrastructure deal to date and for the lack of bipartisanship in Washington:

  • 56% of voters, including a plurality of Independents, support passing the American Jobs and Families Plans together through reconciliation.

  • Voters blame Republicans in Congress, not President Biden, for the current failure to reach a bipartisan deal on infrastructure by a 10 point margin.

  • Voters blame Republicans in Congress, not President Biden, for the lack of bipartisanship in Washington by an 8 point margin.

Read the full polling tabs and methodology here
 

About Data for Progress
Data for Progress is a progressive think tank and polling firm which arms movements with data-driven tools to fight for a more equitable future. DFP provides polling, data-based messaging, and policy generation for the progressive movement, and advises campaigns and candidates with the tools they need to win. DFP polling is regularly cited by The New York Times, The Washington Post, MSNBC, CBS News, and hundreds of other trusted news organizations.

Learn more at dataforprogress.org or follow DFP on Twitter at @dataprogress.
 

About Invest in America

Invest In America is a national rapid response operation advocating for robust public investment to rescue the economy from the COVID crisis and create prosperity for the future, and to fight back against fear-mongers who use deficit concerns as a scapegoat to starve American communities and businesses of resources. 

The operation consists of two components: Invest in America, the charitable and public education arm, which is a fiscally sponsored project of Economic Security Project funded by the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation and Economic Security Project co-chair Chris Hughes; and Invest in America Action, the advocacy and social welfare arm, which is a fiscally sponsored project of Economic Security Project Action funded by Chris Hughes and the Omidyar Network. 

Learn more at InvestInAmericaNow.com and @InvestNowUSA, and InvestinAmericaProject.com.

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