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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.

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.


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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