What Americans Think of Trump's Tax Plan
By Dyfed Loesche (Statista)
The Republican Tax law looks like a major win for Donald Trump and the GOP. However, the dampener is that this win isn't very popular with the American public.
According to a poll by Quinnipiac University, the majority disapproves of it (52 percent).
Neither do people think it will create jobs nor boost the economy. A large swath of respondents (61 percent) is convinced the tax reform will profit the rich, while only close to a quarter believe President Trump's promise to deliver tax respite to the middle class.
Many respondents think the bill either won't affect them or actually increase their tax burden.
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