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New Poll: Conservatives Expect Tax Cut to Aid GOP Candidates

Conservatives believe the recently passed tax cut will be a benefit for Republican candidates in 2018 according to a poll by FedUp PAC.

More than 93% say that the across-the-board tax cut will help Republicans in next year’s elections, while less than 4% disagree.  The new law offers tax relief to nearly all taxpayers by doubling the standard deduction and Trump pointingreducing income tax rates.  Many households will see savings of more than $1,000 in 2018.

The tax law, passed at the end of the 2017 session, kept an important campaign promise made by President Trump and Congressional Republicans.  In addition to reducing and simplifying taxes, it kept another promise by repealing ObamaCare’s “individual mandate” tax. 

The results of the FedUp PAC poll contrast strongly to a recent CBS News poll that showed that just 16% of people in the poll said they "strongly" approved of the GOP tax plan. That number pales in comparison to the 40% who said they "strongly" disapprove of it.

CNN reported a similar question -- "Which best describes how you would feel if the Republican tax plan was signed into law?" Showed just 8% said they would be "excited" by the new tax law while 22% said they would be "angry." (Another 28% said they would be "satisfied" and 31% said they would be "disappointed.")

Democrats are predicting that voters will punish Republicans because the tax cut is broad based, providing relief not only to the middle-class but also to the rich and poor.  However, Republicans expect voters to support candidates who promise to preserve the lower taxes and reject those who talk about repeal.

FedUp PAC is a grass roots organization that wants constitutional conservatives to take over the GOP because Americans are fed up with the Republican establishment.  It is not affiliated with any candidate or committee.

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Even better than the tax cut, the stock market is booming. See you later dems!