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More Still Dislike The GOP Tax Law Than Like It

Posted on the 11 March 2018 by Jobsanger
More Still Dislike The GOP Tax Law Than Like It
More Still Dislike The GOP Tax Law Than Like It
More Still Dislike The GOP Tax Law Than Like It
The charts above are from the Gallup Poll. The survey was done between February 26th and March 4th of a random national sample of 1,509 adults, with a margin of error of 3 points.
he Republicans are counting on their new tax law to save them in the November election. Will it do that? It isn't so far. While the law has increased in popularity a bit, it is still opposed by more people (48%) than approve it (39%) -- a negative gap of 9 points. Republicans (80%) like it, but Democrats hate it (11%).
Can it gain majority approval by November? I doubt it. Note that in the third chart only 6% say it helped them a lot and 15% say it helped a little. But a whopping 79% say it has not helped at all and they have seen no increase in their paychecks (which the Republicans had promised would happen). As long as that many don't see a benefit from the new tax law, it's not going to gain majority approval.

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