Latest American Majority Project health care research focuses on voter priorities for change

June 9, 2022

Health care research exploring voter desire for equal treatment, affordability, and concepts of patient responsibilities, along with priorities for change.

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72 Percent of Voters Favor Expanding Oil and Gas Drilling on Federal Lands

June 1, 2022

A recent survey performed by Scott Rasmussen shows that 72 percent of voters favor expanding oil and gas drilling on government lands to enhance fossil fuel production and decrease the current energy prices.

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Student Loan Cancellation – Effectiveness of Counterarguments

May 20, 2022

Our poll and analysis suggest that despite support for cancelling student loans, a large majority of voters find arguments against cancelling student loan debt to be convincing. The results suggest that who oppose cancelling student debt can effectively neutralize the issue with the right arguments.

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68% Oppose Public Schools Introducing Subjects of Sexual Orientation Without the Authorization of Parents

May 12, 2022

This polling comes after the recent passage of laws in several states enhancing parental rights and transparency in education curriculum and statutes limiting discussion of gender identity and sexuality in the classroom until after third grade. 

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71% of Voters Oppose Gender Reassignment Treatment For Minors

May 12, 2022

Those opposing include 55 percent of Democrats, 71 percent of Independents, and 87 percent of Republicans. Majorities of various ethnic and racial groups are not in favor of gender reassignment treatment for minors as well. Sixty percent of Blacks, 63 percent of Hispanics, and 74 percent of Whites oppose it. 10 percent did not respond.

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Americans Want Greater Healthcare Transparency  

May 9, 2022

Americans are often left in the dark when it comes to the cost of health care services and treatments. This lack of transparency leads to extreme price variation and leaves consumers surprised when bills arrive. 

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The Economy is the Most Important Issue in the 2022 Midterm Elections 

May 6, 2022

38.5 percent of voters concluded that “lowering inflation and fixing the economy” is their main concern. Other issues addressed were climate change (15.9 percent), social equality (11.3 percent), and securing American borders (11 percent).  

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59% of Voters Agree that Increasing Taxes Negatively Impacts the Economy 

April 26, 2022

An American majority favors not increasing taxes. At the same time, many Americans understand current high federal spending is hurting the economy. 

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Nearly 2-1 Americans Support Only Allowing the American Flag to be Flown Over Government Buildings

April 24, 2022

A majority supports allowing only the American flag being flown over government buildings including United States consulates and embassies.

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Voters Favor Eliminating All Government Payments to Border Crossers 

April 7, 2022

Americans do not want the government to support people who come into the country illegally through financial assistance. 

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