US voters want government funding to go to healthcare, education, and fighting poverty

A new Hill-HarrisX poll was released earlier this week revealing a majority of U.S. voters would like government funds to go to healthcare, education, and fighting poverty. 

As The Hill reported: 

Fifty-seven percent of registered voters said the government spends too little on anti-poverty in the Feb. 12-15 survey.

Fifty-six percent of respondents said the same of healthcare and another 56 percent said the country doesn’t spend enough on education.

Forty-nine percent of voters said the nation should spend more on coronavirus relief and a plurality of voters, 43 percent, said the same of national security.

Fifty-eight percent of Democrats and half of independent voters said the government spends too little on coronavirus relief while 38 percent of Republicans said the same. !!!!!!

These poll results come as President Joe Biden’s American Rescue Package will be voted on tomorrow in the House. 


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