In a separate query on how likely voters were to support a $3 trillion infrastructure plan if it was funded by tax increases on people making more than $400,000, 57% said they would be more likely to support it while 17% said less likely, and 26% said the tax would have no impact on their support.
|More likely to support||57%|
|Less likely to support||17%|
The survey asked the same question gauging likelihood of support if the infrastructure plan was funded by raising the corporate tax rate and found 47% would be more likely to support it, 21% would be less likely, and 31% said it would have no impact.
|More likely to support||47%|
|Less likely to support||21%|
The potential provisions to be included in the bill were also widely popular. Here’s a list of the provisions tested and how many respondents said they either “strongly” or “somewhat” supported their inclusion in the plan.
- Increased housing options for low-income Americans: 70% support
- Research on climate change: 63%
- Extension of the child tax credit expansion: 62%
- Free community college: 60%
- Extension of Affordable Care Act subsidies: 59%
- Widespread availability of electric-vehicle charging stations: 59%
- Universal pre-K: 56%
- Conversion of transportation sector to run on electric power: 52%
- Reduced tuition at historically Black colleges and universities: 48%
- Free tuition at historically Black colleges and universities: 38%
Overall, 57% of voters said they either strongly or somewhat approved of the job President Biden is doing.
A separate AP poll released Wednesday found 61% of Americans approve of Biden’s job performance. In that same poll, Biden got a 5-point bounce from last month on his handling of the economy—60% now approve following passage of the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan.