(POLL) Nearly half say debt-ceiling deal will worsen inflation

Voters remain concerned about inflation, and a plurality believes the recently-passed Congressional deal to raise the federal debt limit will make the problem worse.

That’s according to Rasmussen Reports.

The national survey finds that 47% of voters say they believe raising the debt limit will make inflation worse, while only 19% say they think it will make inflation better.

Twenty-five percent (25%) say raising the debt limit will not make much difference in inflation.

Congress recently voted to pass the bill to raise the debt ceiling after negotiations between President Joe Biden and House Republicans.

Eighty-seven (87%) of likely voters say they are concerned about inflation, including 63% who say they are “very concerned.”

Only 11% say they are not concerned about inflation.

To see survey question wording, click here.

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  1. Sharyl and Full Measure Team,

    “ In this singular quest to win the Heartland, the
    West has bankrupted itself – economically,
    morally, and most importantly, spiritually. This
    has led to a political crisis gnawing at the center
    of Western society. “ – Tom Luongo


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