16 Days ‘til Default: MAGA Extremists on Notice: Voters Say No to Repealing Inflation Reduction Act
Washington, D.C. – By passing the Default on America Act, House Republicans made it loud and clear that they’d rather serve the interests of Big Oil over the health and well being of their constituents. Time and time again, Republicans have failed to recognize how popular the climate and clean energy incentives in the Inflation Reduction Act are.
According to polling conducted by Data for Progress and Climate Power, the majority of voters oppose tying together debt limit legislation with a repeal of clean energy tax credits, and do not want lawmakers to roll back the key climate provisions in the Inflation Reduction Act. The data is clear—voters support the clean energy incentives in the Inflation Reduction Act, and want to spur America’s clean energy production and reduce home energy bills. Repealing the Inflation Reduction Act is a political loser for Republicans.
Here’s what’s at stake if House Republicans get their way:
- 191 new clean energy projects
- $242.81 billion in new investments
- 142,016 new jobs in 41 states