NEWS FLASH: Voters Overwhelmingly Approve of President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill

Stop us if you’ve heard this before: President Biden’s bipartisan infrastructure deal is unbelievably popular, across party lines. Turns out investing in overlooked communities, creating good paying union jobs, and making the United States competitive on the global stage is not only good policy, it’s good politics. 

Axios: “Exclusive: Poll finds bipartisan infrastructure plan has wide support”

  • “The bipartisan infrastructure plan and many of its individual provisions, enjoy majority of support among likely voters, according to new polling from the advocacy group Climate Power and the left-leaning polling firm Data for Progress, provided first to Axios.”
  • “The poll found that 71% of likely voters, including a majority of likely Republican voters, support the bipartisan infrastructure framework.”

Morning Consult: “Bipartisan Infrastructure Package Has True Bipartisan Backing: Democratic, GOP Voters Support Array of Proposals in Bill”

  • “All of the six potential investments included in the survey received over 50 percent support from voters of all parties. Updating roads and bridges, the most popular measure surveyed, saw only a negligible gap in support between Democrats (82 percent) and Republicans (79 percent), within the 4 percentage-point margin of error for the demographics.” 

Quinnipiac Poll: “Infrastructure Bill Gets A Thumbs Up By A 2 To 1 Margin”

  • “As the Senate debates a roughly $1 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill, Americans say 65 – 28 percent that they support a spending bill to improve the nation’s roads, bridges, broadband, and other infrastructure projects. Democrats say 93 – 4 percent and independents say 64 – 29 percent that they support it. Republicans say 54 – 41 percent that they oppose it.”
  • “Americans also say 62 – 32 percent that they support a $3.5 trillion spending bill on social programs such as child care, education, family tax breaks, and expanding Medicare for seniors.”