A recent poll shows that 1 out of every 3 Americans wants to make the child tax credit payments permanent.
Many people have benefited in low to moderate income families when paying bills and replenishing their bank accounts after the pandemic hit.
These benefits, while helpful, will be coming to an end.
While lawmakers are working hard to submit proposals to make it happen, a recent poll shows varying results for other opinions as well.
Results on how Americans feel regarding the Child Tax Credit:
The poll was taken by Politico and Morning Consult and asked various questions about the political climate.
Most respondents had received the child tax credit. 61% received it, 36% did not, and 3% said they were unsure.
Of the 61% that got the payments, half were supportive of the benefits being extended. Additionally, of the half that supported it, only 24% strongly supported it while 26% said they somewhat support it.
17% opposed it and 21% strongly opposed it.
The majority of supporters for making the tax credit permanent were Democrat.
Almost all participants believe the Democratic Party was responsible for child tax credits.
10% believed Republics were responsible for the tax credit.
Independent voters were incredibly opposed to making it permanent.
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