May, 2020
HEROES Act and Progressive Response to the Coronavirus is Popular with Voters
Data for Progress
McElwee, Sean; Winter, Ethan
From the Document: "On May 15, 2020, House Democrats passed an expansive, three trillion dollar economic relief and healthcare package. The bill, called the 'Health and Economic Recovery Omnibus Emergency Solutions Act' or HEROES act, would send additional aid to states and cities hardpressed by a decline in tax revenue and an upsurge in expenses associated with the crisis. In addition, another round of $1,200 dollar checks would be distributed. Republicans are largely opposed to the measure and President Trump has already threatened to veto the law. As part of a survey conducted from May 13 to May 15, 2020, of 1212 likely voters weighted to be representative of the national electorate, Data for Progress sought to test support for the HEROES Act as well as several other proposals currently being debated."

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