Have you seen these polls?

The latest polling numbers show that a bipartisan majority of Americans continue to support the bipartisan infrastructure bill and the Build Back Better Act, all part of President Biden’s Build Back Better agenda. It’s clear that the Democratic agenda of creating jobs and opportunity for American workers and families is one that Americans are ready for, and House Democrats remain committed to working alongside the Senate and the White House to deliver For The People and ensure that all Americans have the tools they need to Make It in America.
But don’t just take our word for it – we’ll let the numbers do the talking:
Data for Progress: Voters Support All Provisions Of The $3.5 Trillion Build Back Better Bill
  • Likely voters support the Build Back Better bill by a 31-point margin, including a bipartisan coalition of Democrats, Independents, and Republicans. When asked separately, respondents also supported all provisions of the Build Back Better bill, including building a care economy and extending child tax credit benefits.

Navigator: Nearly two in three Americans continue to support the Bipartisan Infrastructure Framework.
  • By a 40-point margin, Americans support the Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill.
    • A bipartisan supermajority of Americans support the Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill with 82% of Democrats, 57% percent, and 43% of Republicans supporting creating jobs and opportunity for American workers and families, priorities championed by House Democrats
CNN: Most Americans support $1.2T infrastructure bill, poll finds
  • A sizable 62% of Americans support the $1.2 trillion measure, according to a new Fox News poll.
  • The poll also finds a majority of Americans (56%) say they support the additional infrastructure items in the House-bound bill with spending to address climate change, health care and child care.
Axios: Poll finds bipartisan infrastructure plan has wide support
  • The poll found that 71% of likely voters, including a majority of likely Republican voters, support the bipartisan infrastructure bill.