75% Of Voters Say $600 Coronavirus Relief Checks Are ‘Too Little’

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Majorities of voters from both parties agreed that $600 in relief payments is too little.

Seventy-seven percent of Democrats and independents said the amount is insufficient while 71 percent of Republicans agreed.

The survey also found 57 percent of voters said $2,000 in stimulus checks is “about the right amount.”

“Voters across party affiliation and income levels are of a consistent view that $600 in COVID relief is too little and a strong majority agree with President Trump and the Democrats that $2,000 is an appropriate amount and more support is needed,” Dritan Nesho, CEO and chief pollster at HarrisX, told Hill.TV.

“This sentiment is a pressure point for Senate Republicans as the Biden administration takes office and could lead to another round of COVID relief and stimulus,” Nesho added.

Read more at The Hill.

{Matzav.com}

5 COMMENTS

  1. Of course a survey is going to show these results

    Yesh lo monnah rotzeh moasyim

    If the survey was “does you boss pay enough?” or “is the cost of living too high” ” you will get the same type of responses.

  2. The survey was taken from 75% working people who are fine with an extra $600 but for those who were unemployed for months $600 is less than peanuts.

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