With So-Called Inflation Reduction Act Looking Likely to Pass, Poll Shows Few People Actually Believe in It

Posted on AllSides August 5th, 2022
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On Thursday night, as Spencer covered, Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ) revealed that she is willing to vote for the so-called Inflation Reduction Act of 2022, even though the bill is forecast to add to the deficit and raise taxes on the middle class. Her support is "subject to the Parliamentarian's review."

The bill will get no support from Republicans, though, who look to be engaging in a vote-a-rama this weekend of adding amendments. It's not just Republicans, though, who know better than to believe in this bill's title. 

According to a poll from The Economist/YouGov that was conducted...

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