People like Biden’s households plan, particularly common preschool


  • Guaranteeing low- to middle-income households pay not more than 7% of revenue on youngster care: 64% help, 22% oppose
  • Free preschool for all 3 to 4 yr olds: 63% help, 26% oppose
  • Two free years of group faculty: 59% help, 31% oppose
  • $15/hour minimal wage for youngster care employees: 59% help, 31% oppose
  • Extending expanded youngster care tax credit score: 57% help, 26% oppose
  • Two years of sponsored tuition at HBCUs: 56% help, 31% oppose

A minimum of 10-18% of respondents have been undecided on each a kind of initiatives, so there’s presumably room to develop help for them because the White Home places extra time and vitality into promoting the bundle.

The 2 hottest objects—a 7% of revenue cap on youngster care bills and common preschool—additionally garnered strong GOP help, with 45% of Republicans backing the revenue cap and 42% supporting common preschool. The recognition of particular person initiatives could show vital if Democrats determine to fold sure items of Biden’s jobs and households proposals into one bundle.

That is a strong begin on an initiative that President Biden has solely begun to clarify to the general public. It is also typically in line with the recognition of Biden’s different trillion-dollar initiatives addressing the pandemic and jobs/infrastructure, although Biden’s $1.9 trillion pandemic aid bundle sometimes polled within the 40s/50s with Republican voters.