Highlights of the story
- Most of the voters surveyed disapprove of the Republican tax plan
- The survey places the approval rating of Trump on 35%
The same survey places the approval rating of the president Donald Trump in 35% and the Gallup daily the follow-up survey reported the same percentage.
In the Quinnipiac survey, conducted from November 29 to December 4, before the US Senate. UU Approve their version of the tax bill in the early hours of Saturday, almost two-thirds (64%) of the respondents said the bill would benefit the rich more, while only 24% said they believe the middle class It would be the one that would benefit the most.
Twenty-nine percent of Americans approve the Republican plan, according to the survey.
Also, 41% he believed that the plan would increase his taxes. Before the House of Representatives approved its version of the fiscal plan, only 35% thought they would see an increase in taxes.
Trump's approval rating remains below 40%, a mark he has not seen in the Quinnipiac survey since June.
For this survey, Quinnipiac University surveyed 1,508 voters across the country, with a margin of error of +/- 3.1 percentage points.