More Americans think Donald Trump will increase their taxes rather than decrease them – though Democrats are most likely to say this.
Fifty-three percent of Americans want Donald Trump and Congress to move on to other issues rather than try to pass another health care bill.
While just 12 percent of Americans think the Affordable Care Act is working perfectly, most - 61 percent - say it needs changes rather than complete repeal. Only 24 percent of Americans think Obamacare needs to be completely replaced.
Americans are skeptical of President Trump so far on wholesale reform of the federal tax code. Though Mr. Trump offered large tax cuts for both businesses and the middle class as a candidate, more Americans (38 percent) think Donald Trump will increase their taxes rather than decrease them (25 percent), particularly those earning under $100,000 a year. Thirty-three percent do not think their taxes will change much either way.
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