The Democrat Party has a tragic habit of spending money like it grows on trees. Leftists don’t blink at all as they run up the national deficit and blow billions and trillions of dollars on useless pet projects.
It is for these very reasons that the United States is ensnared in an inflation problem. The Democrats’ control of the federal government is also why inflation is projected to remain with Americans for years to come.
In fact, inflation could soon become the least of the nation’s problems, believe it or not. Towards the middle of this month, the United States could max out the debt limit. It’s a possibility that becomes likelier with each passing day.
In light of the events stemming from liberal spending in the United States, a new poll shows less support for legislation that will demand more taxes and debt.
Observing the poll from Trafalgar Group
The odds of support for Democrats’ spending proposals drops amongst 71% of Americans if the results of this spending are running up the federal deficit and taxes. Trafalgar Group confirms this.
Moreover, the poll’s findings show this view is held by more than 50% of Democrats, Independents, Republicans, and voters without party affiliations. A numerical breakdown consists of the following: 50.2% of Democrats; 73.7% of Independents and apolitical voters, and 93% of Republicans.
The general consensus is about as apparent as it gets. The majority of voters across the political spectrum don’t want the consequences of excessive spending. It also remains very telling that even a very slim majority of Democrats harbor this view.
Bringing a halt to liberal spending
Despite the aforementioned poll’s findings, there’s a push to ram more liberal spending bills through Congress. Democrats, right now, want it to happen with Biden’s spending bill that comes out to $3.5 trillion.
The left is even trying to convince Americans that there is a $0.00 price tag for this $3.5 trillion package. However, moderate Democrat lawmakers Kyrsten Sinema and Joe Manchin are standing against this bill.
Like Republicans, Sinema and Manchin believe the $3.5 trillion bill is too much. Without their votes, the legislation cannot pass the Senate. For all intents and purposes, this bill has hit a dead end.