New Poll Shows Same Broad, Bipartisan Support For Direct Payments Republicans Voted Against
March 3, 2021
A new poll released today once again confirms the broad, bipartisan support for the COVID relief plan every House Republican voted against. Support for what is in the plan is so strong that even when you provide a partisan framing along with the details, like providing direct payments to Americans who need it the most, an overwhelming majority of voters, including more than half of Republicans, still support it.
77% of voters, including 59% of Republicans, support the coronavirus relief plan that every House Republican voted against.
Morning Consult: “In the new survey, conducted Feb. 26 to March 1, 77 percent of all voters and 59 percent of Republicans said they supported the measure which provides direct payments to some Americans, extends enhanced unemployment benefits through July and provides funding for state and local governments as well as K-12 schools and universities.”
Even when you provide a partisan framing along with the details, like direct payments, there is still broad, bipartisan support.
Morning Consult: “The distinction mattered little. When provided the partisan framing along with the details of the proposal, 71 percent of voters — including 53 percent of Republicans — still supported it. “