According to a poll of Congressional districts by the American Action Network, the perception of the GOP’s tax reform bill has improved in multiple of the polled districts including Pennsylvania’s 8th Congressional district.
The poll has been tracking to see if people thought the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act would increase, decrease, or keep their taxes the same.
In the 8th district, the number of people who thought the bill would increase their taxes fell from 40% in January to 28% in February. The number of people who believed the bill would decrease their taxes increased by 4%, from 30% in January to 34% in February.
AAN in a conservative group that has been running ads across the country, including in southeast Pennsylvania.
According to Axios, the poll was conducted using automated telephone calls by Remington Research Group in 60 districts with a minimum sample size of 800 interviews per district.