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Large Majority of Voters Support Build Back Better Act and Its Provisions

64% of Voters—Including 63% of Independents—Support Passing the Build Back Better Act
WASHINGTON -

A substantial majority of voters support the Build Back Better Act in its current form and strongly support its provisions, a new poll released today by Data For Progress and Invest in America finds. 64% of voters, including 87% of Democrats, 63% of Independents, and 42% of Republicans, support the Build Back Better Act. Additionally, Data for Progress finds  a majority of voters support BBB’s pay-fors and provisions:

Read the full polling tabs and methodology here.

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Data for Progress is a multidisciplinary group of experts using state-of-the-art techniques in data science to support progressive activists and causes.

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