Poll Shows That Senators Who Voted “Yes” on Biden’s Budget Could Be in Hot Water With Voters

WASHINGTON, D.C. — A national survey of 1,200 voters conducted by Scott Rasmussen from August 2-4 indicates that how U.S. Senators voted on the so-called “Inflation Reduction Act” has a significant impact on whether or not their constituents will re-elect them. By a margin of 57-28, Americans are less likely to vote for senators who voted “yes” on the Big Bad Bill.

In response to this striking survey result, Adam Brandon, FreedomWorks President, commented: 

“With the Big Bad Bill having passed the Senate over the weekend and now headed to the House, it’s too late for any of the 50 Democratic senators who voted ‘yes’ on the bill to reverse their vote now. We shouldn’t be shocked if we see vulnerable Democratic senators who are up for re-election this November lose their seats because of their poor choice to support this awful bill.”

“Democrats in the House, however, still have time to do the right thing and vote ‘no’–with inflation at a historic high, voters will thank them for it.” 


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