POLL: Here’s What Americans Would Rather Have Than The “Green New Deal”

Democrats are attempting to burden the country with a cripplingly expensive bill called “The Green New Deal.” Dems like AOC and Bernie Sanders are claiming this is what is best for the country.

They want America to spend Trillions with a “T” to make this bill happen. But these same Dems were fighting Trump claiming a border wall would be too expensive when his proposal was a fraction of the cost. But are Americans up for paying Trillions of dollars on the Dems new climate change and economic initiative?

A recent poll conducted by Remington Research Group found that a majority (51%) of American voters oppose The Green New Deal. The poll surveyed 1,212 registered voters nationwide.

Democrats support The Green New Deal by a 25-point margin (51% support, 26% oppose), while Republican and Independent voters overwhelmingly oppose the proposed legislation.

Respondents were also asked if they had to choose, whether they would prefer federal funding of a border wall or The Green New Deal.

Over half (51%) of Americans say they would prefer the U.S. government fund a border wall, rather than The Green New Deal (31%). Independents would prefer a border wall to The Green New Deal by a 2-1 margin, while Republicans would prefer a border wall by a 68-point margin.

“The Green New Deal has presented an interesting situation for Democrats. Democratic voters support this legislation, while the rest of the country overwhelmingly opposes it.”

So aside from the Dems, it looks like that is a resounding “No.”

The “Green New Deal” could end up costing close to $93 trillion, or about $600,000 per household, according to a new study released by a center-right advocacy group.

In analysis published on Monday, the American Action Forum — which is headed by a former director of the Congressional Budget Office, Douglas Holtz-Eakin — estimated that the New York Democrat’s policy proposal could end up costing somewhere between $51 trillion and $93 trillion over the course of the next decade.”

But 5 Billion for a border wall that’s just preposterous…