Voters in new poll say they're not very familiar with Biden domestic spending initiatives

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Voters in a new poll say they are not familiar with President Biden’s domestic spending initiatives, with many sharing that they know nothing at all about major laws that have passed during this administration.

A new Politico-Morning Consult poll asked voters how much they had seen, read or heard about the four major domestic policy laws — the 2021 American Rescue Plan, the 2021 bipartisan infrastructure law, the 2022 CHIPS and Science Act and the 2022 Inflation Reduction Act.

For the American Rescue Plan, 34 percent of voters said “none at all” about how much they’ve seen, read or heard and 30 percent of voters had the same response about the infrastructure law. For the CHIPS and Science Act, 44 percent said, “none at all” and 24 percent said the same for the Inflation Reduction Act, per the poll.

A slim minority said they’ve seen, read, or heard “a lot” about the laws — 11 percent for the American Rescue Plan, 14 percent for the infrastructure law, 9 percent for the CHIPS and Science Act and 17 percent for the Inflation Reduction Act, according to the survey.

Sunday marked six months until Election Day and Biden faces a messaging challenge to convey his accomplishments to voters.

The president is currently polling neck-and-neck with former President Trump, according to The Hill/ Decision Desk HQ’s (DDHQ) latest average of polls.

The Politico-Morning Consult poll was conducted from April 27-28 and includes 1,974 registered voters. It has a margin of error of plus or minus 2 percentage points.

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