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Americans are souring on Trump's tax plan as more and more are filing their 2018 returns
Opinions about the 2017 Trump/GOP tax bill are driven by partisanship (and the trends are weirdly symmetrical)
Turns out this is actually a really interesting case study in Q wording. YouGov changed from asking "...do you support or oppose the new tax reform law?" to support/oppose "...the tax reform plan passed by Congress and _signed into law by President Trump last year?_"
So I'm going to keep the OG tweet up because opinions about the tax law *are* changing, but that's likely being caused most by telling respondents that it's Trump's plan not b/c the issue is becoming salient to voters.
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