21% of voters say they are much less likely to vote to re-elect /11% somewhat less likely
17% say they are somewhat more likely to re-elect/15% much more likely
14% say it would make no difference
22% say they have no opinion
One-third of voters say their taxes will increase if tax bill passes: 33% of voters say their taxes will increase if the tax bill is passed, compared to 20% who say they will decrease (25% of voters say the amount of taxes they pay will stay the same).
Democrats (46%) are more likely to say their taxes will increase, compared to 21% of Republicans
Voters say the tax bill benefits corporations and high-income families: Voters were asked their thoughts on who the tax bill would help/hurt if it passed:
Corporations – 67% help/7% hurt
High income families – 61% help/9% hurt
Small business – 49% help/23% hurt
U.S. economy – 42% help/26% hurt
Job creation – 41% help/20% hurt
Middle income families – 40% help/33% hurt
People like them – 35% help/33% hurt
Low income families – 36% help/35% hurt
The full results are also available at morningconsult.com
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This poll was conducted from Dec. 14-18, 2017, among a national sample of 1,991 registered voters. The interviews were conducted online and the data were weighted to approximate a target sample of registered voters based on age, race/ethnicity, gender, educational attainment, and region. Results from the full survey have a margin of error of plus or minus 2 percentage points.