Amanda Jacobson Snyder, Morning Consult

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Past articles by Amanda:

Voters Are Mostly Against GOP Plan to Overhaul the Tax System

A majority of U.S. voters oppose a bill that would replace the current progressive income tax system with a national sales tax on goods and services. → Read More

Nearly Half the Public Thinks the Country Is in a Recession. Another Quarter Expect One Within a Year

Inflation may be losing steam, but so are consumers While the latest economic data may be offering some signs of relief from inflation, possibly even leading some Federal Reserve officials to consider tapping the brakes on their interest rate hike strategy, consumers are still feeling the burn of rising prices and pulling back on spending. Morning Consult’s latest consumer spending report noted… → Read More

Nearly Half of Voters Support GOP Plans to Cancel New IRS Funding

GOP’s bill to defund the IRS is unlikely to become law, but the right’s campaign rolls on After struggling for a week to elect a speaker of the House, the Republican party quickly united over a proposed bill that would strip the IRS of most of the $80 billion in new funding provided to it by the Inflation Reduction Act, the bulk of which will be used for increasing the recovery of uncollected… → Read More

Gen Zers Are Fairly Optimistic About Their Financial Future

Despite coming of age amid rising costs for housing, necessities and college tuition, Gen Zers are optimistic for their financial future. → Read More

Ahead of Midterm Elections, Most Voters Give the U.S. Economy a Dismal Grade

56% of voters say the current state of the economy deserves a D or F, an assessment driven by food prices, inflation and gas prices → Read More

At Least 2 in 3 Voters Back Stock Trading Ban for Officials Across the Government

The share of voters who “strongly support” a ban on stock trading among members of Congress has climbed 5 percentage points since January, following fresh reports of possible insider trading → Read More

Democrats and Independents Have Increasingly Bleak Expectations for the Economy

53% of voters overall expect the U.S. economy to be worse a year from now, an increase of 6 percentage points from a year ago → Read More

More Than 3 in 4 Americans Believe College Is Difficult to Afford

Most U.S. adults see all four-year undergraduate education offerings as unaffordable, especially for-profit private universities → Read More

Voters Are Nearly Split on Biden’s Move to Cancel at Least $10,000 in Student Loan Debt

Administration’s plans to extend the pause on federal student loan debt payments and decrease the amount borrowers need to pay back each month are backed by a majority of voters → Read More

Are We in a Recession? 2 in 3 Voters Say Yes

Nearly 4 in 5 Republicans think the U.S. is currently in a recession, up from about 2 in 5 two years ago during an actual recession → Read More