Finance

Will the Inflation Reduction Act Live Up to Its Name? Just 1 in 4 Voters Think So

But at least half of voters still support the individual provisions in Democrats’ signature legislation, with the exception of fresh IRS funding

As Republicans Stoke Fear About Increased IRS Enforcement, Most Voters Aren’t Concerned

Roughly half of voters believe the most likely target of increased audits will be the wealthy

Unpacking Voters’ Perceptions of the Inflation Reduction Act

Measures to address prescription drug costs, budget deficit score higher than renewables push

Most Voters of All Parties Support Congressional Stock Trading Restrictions

More than 3 in 5 voters back a ban on stock trading for lawmakers, including 69% of Democrats and 58% of Republicans

Economic Conditions

Economic Mood Worsens in Europe as Recession Risks Rise

Consumer sentiment has plummeted across much of Europe amid a worsening energy crisis and mounting concerns over a possible economic downturn

Will the Inflation Reduction Act Live Up to Its Name? Just 1 in 4 Voters Think So

But at least half of voters still support the individual provisions in Democrats’ signature legislation, with the exception of fresh IRS funding

How Inflation Concerns Are Impacting Consumer Spending

Morning Consult’s Industry Intelligence team analyzes the effects of rising prices on U.S. adults’ purchasing decisions

Are We in a Recession? 2 in 3 Voters Say Yes

Nearly 4 in 5 Republicans think the U.S. is currently in a recession, up from about 2 in 5 two years ago during an actual recession

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