ICYMI: TWO IN THREE AMERICANS SUPPORT INFLATION REDUCTION ACT
Some Provisions of the Inflation Reduction Act Enjoy More Than 80% Support
In Case You Missed It — The Inflation Reduction Act is incredibly popular. Public support for the bill and its provisions is substantial, with two in three Americans supporting the Act, according to a new poll from Navigator. Some provisions from the Inflation Reduction Act have support ratings as high as 80%, as Americans across the political spectrum approve of Congress acting to lower health care and prescription drug costs.
65% of voters, including 64% of Independents, support the Inflation Reduction Act.
81% of voters, including 77% of Independents and 74% of Republicans, support the bill’s measure to cap insulin costs to $35/month for seniors.
81% of voters, including 85% of Independents and 68% of Republicans, support the bill’s provision to cap out-of-pocket prescription drug costs for seniors.
80% of voters, including 79% of Independents and 69% of Republicans, support the bill’s provision giving Medicare the power to negotiate for lower prescription drug prices.
- 76% of voters, including 77% of Independents and 61% of Republicans, support the bill’s provision lowering health insurance premiums by an average of $2,400 a year for people who buy their insurance on their own.
About Invest in America
Invest In America is a national rapid response operation advocating for robust public investment to rescue the economy from the COVID crisis and create prosperity for the future, and to fight back against fear-mongers who use deficit concerns as a scapegoat to starve American communities and businesses of resources.
The operation consists of two components: Invest in America, the charitable and public education arm, which is a fiscally sponsored project of Economic Security Project funded by the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation and Economic Security Project co-chair Chris Hughes; and Invest in America Action, the advocacy and social welfare arm, which is a fiscally sponsored project of Economic Security Project Action funded by Chris Hughes and the Omidyar Network.