Poll: Majority Of Americans Oppose Build Back Better Plan

Congress is still locked in debate and negotiation over President Joe Biden’s next multi-trillion dollar spending plan, but new polling on the issue is not good news for Democrats.

Rasmussen released new polling data showing that the majority of Americans oppose the Build Back Better plan.

“With the Senate now considering the legislation to fund President Joe Biden’s ‘Build Back Better’ agenda, most voters oppose the controversial bill,” Rasmussen said. “A new national telephone and online survey by Rasmussen Reports finds that 51% of Likely U.S. voters oppose the $2 trillion “Build Back Better” bill, including 40% who Strongly Oppose it. Forty-two percent (42%) support the bill, including 27% who Strongly Support it.”

The poll comes as Biden’s approval rating hovers between 40 and 45 percent, the lowest since he took office.

Meanwhile, another poll released earlier this month showed that if the election were held now, Biden would lose to former President Donald Trump.

Fabrizio, Lee & Associates conducted the poll for Trump’s Make America Great Again Committee, and they report that Trump would easily win in multiple key swing states: Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin. Politico first reported this news.

From Politico:

The survey, which was conducted Nov. 11-16, also reports that Trump is more trusted than the president to handle rebuilding the nation’s infrastructure — despite the fact that Trump failed to deliver on an infrastructure bill and Biden succeeded. According to the poll, voters are split on the infrastructure legislation, but they have a more negative view of the broader spending plan called the “Build Back Better Act.” Democratic polling, however, finds that a majority of voters supports that legislation when its individual components are explained.



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