A brand new ballot confirmed that 69% of voters help elevating taxes on the rich and companies as proposed by President Biden.
There are some horrible outcomes for Republicans within the ballot commissioned by People For Tax Equity:
Over two-thirds of voters (69%) help elevating taxes on the rich and companies, and help amongst Independents is simply as excessive (68%). Help for elevating taxes on these incomes greater than $400,000 a yr is equally excessive (67%), whereas 62% help elevating the company tax fee from 21% to twenty-eight%. Certainly, each proposal to lift taxes on the rich and companies examined within the survey is supported by a minimum of 55% of voters, with most producing over two-thirds help.
Solely 22% of voters suppose elevating taxes on these incomes over $400,000 a yr will damage the economic system, whereas 51% imagine it can assist it. Independents additionally imagine it can assist the economic system by a 26-point margin (45% assist economic system / 19% damage economic system).
The American individuals need Congress to do what Joe Biden has proposed, and so they aren’t shopping for the Republican claims that elevating taxes on the rich and companies will hurt the economic system.
The Republican message is not only failing. It’s bombing with voters. If Republicans stick with their plan to run on not taxing the wealthy and companies, they may very well be in for a disastrous midterm election.
The Trump tax lower was so unpopular that Republican candidates wouldn’t discuss it on the marketing campaign path.
Joe Biden is in style. His insurance policies are in style, and those that select to run in opposition to them are taking part in with fireplace in 2022.
Mr. Easley is the founder/managing editor, who’s White Home Press Pool, and a Congressional correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a Bachelor’s Diploma in Political Science. His graduate work centered on public coverage, with a specialization in social reform actions.
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