GA-7 voters support climate action in Build Back Better plan

Voters in Georgia’s 7th congressional district support a bold reconciliation package that includes action and investments to address climate change and help the environment. This is according to a new survey of 437 voters in GA-7 conducted by Change Research on behalf of Environment America, Environent Georgia and the Climate Action Campaign. 

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Voters support reconciliation package & its climate elements

By a 10-point margin (54% support, 44% oppose) voters support the Build Back Better plan to invest up to $3.5 trillion to create jobs, address climate change and clean energy, health care costs, child care, paid leave, and Pre-K, paid for by raising taxes on large corporations and people making over $400,000 a year. Democrats universally support the proposal as do 65% of independents and even 14% of Republicans. Voters also support the bipartisan infrastructure deal (61% support, 34% oppose) with a vast majority of independents (62% to 20%) again in favor of it.

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