"A Vox and Data for Progress poll, conducted October 8-12, found that 71 percent of voters support raising taxes on the wealthiest 2 percent of Americans to pay for the bill.
Eighty-six percent of Democrats and 50 percent of Republicans backed the idea. Other tax provisions focused on the wealthy that could be included in the bill " such as tax increases on corporations and capital gains " found 65 percent or more support overall.
Sixty-three percent of voters in the poll said they supported the $3.5 trillion overall plan that includes spending on health care, long-term care, child care, and clean-energy jobs.
The popularity of the Build Back Better Act may or may not make it easier for lawmakers to get the bill over the finish line.
In the Vox/Data for Progress poll, voters were presented with arguments for and against removing a particular provision to reduce costs, such as Medicare benefits expansion or clean-energy policy. Only about a third of voters or fewer supported the cuts. And respondents showed a diversity of opinion on what's most important in the bill."
If the GOP didn't have "guns and 'bortions", they wouldn't even be a Party. They are the opposite of conservative on almost every issue; they are radicals for the rich economically, haters of actual democracy and it's voters, and extremists on social and cultural issues.