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New Poll: Majority Of Voters Believe Build Back Better Act Is Urgently Needed, Want It Passed By End Of Year

55% of Voters—Including 54% of Independents—Say It’s Important to Pass and Sign Build Back Better Act Before the End of the Year.
WASHINGTON -

A majority of voters believe passage of the Build Back Better Act is urgent and want it signed into law before the end of the year, according to a new poll released this week by Data For Progress and Invest in America. Additionally, the poll found that a majority of voters support the Build Back Better Act’s provisions and believe that the Act is needed to lower key costs for middle-class families.

The poll was conducted with 1,214 likely voters from November 24 - November 29. Key findings include:  

  • By a +15-point margin voters, including Democrats by a +67-point margin and Independents by a +23-point margin, believe it is urgent for Congress to pass the Build Back Better Act.

  • By a +19-point margin voters, including Democrats by a +70-point margin and Independents by a +21-point margin, believe it is important to sign the Build Back Better Act into law before the end of the year. 
     

 

 

Read the full polling tabs and methodology here.

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