Poll conducted for the Progressive Change Campaign Committee by Public Policy Polling, 315 likely voters in KS-3 surveyed Feb. 14-15, 2018. MOE +/-5.5%. Donate to support our polling here.
Q. Do you approve or disapprove of President Donald Trump’s job performance?
Q: If the general election for Congress were held today, and the candidates were Democrat Brent Welder and Republican Kevin Yoder, who would you be more likely to vote for?
Brent Welder 49%
Kevin Yoder 42%
Not sure 9%
Q:Which party do you believe stands more on the side of working people, Democrats or Republicans?
Not sure 10%
Now I'm going to ask you about some proposals being offered by candidates for Congress. After each, please tell me if you support or oppose it.
Q: Increase Social Security benefits and pay for that increase by having the wealthy pay the same rate into Social Security as everyone else.
Not sure 24%
Q: Allow the government to negotiate lower drug prices for Medicare and Medicaid beneficiaries, which could save over a hundred billion dollars per year for taxpayers and seniors.
Not sure 12%
Q: Invest a trillion dollars to create millions of new good-paying jobs by investing in our roads, bridges, schools, clean water, and jobs of the future like solar and broadband.
Not sure 22%
Q: Give all Americans the choice of buying health insurance through Medicare or private insurers, which would provide competition for insurance companies and more options for consumers.
Not sure 19%
Q: Create a publicly-owned not-for-profit pharmaceutical company to compete against private drug companies, to create more competition in the marketplace and stop big drug companies from jacking up prices for our seniors.
Not sure 16%
Q: Provide federal financial assistance to states to make public colleges and universities more affordable, so that all students have access to debt-free college education in America.
Not sure 14%
Q: Save billions of dollars reversing tax cuts for the rich and eliminating tax loopholes for large corporations, and use that money to make long-term investments in rebuilding our roads, bridges, and schools.
Not sure 14%
Q: Overturn the Supreme Court's Citizens United decision and pass other laws to curb the influence of big-money in our politics.
Not sure 27%
Q: Protect Net Neutrality, the rule that protects equal access to the Internet, so that your phone or cable company cannot pick which websites work fast or slowly on your computer based on which company pays them the most money.
Not sure 17%
Q: Enact strong consumer protections so families are not ripped off or thrown into debt by the fine print used by credit card companies, big banks, and predatory lenders.
Not sure 17%
Q: Fully investigate the Wall Street bankers who caused the financial meltdown, and if they broke the law, prosecute and jail them.
Not sure 13%
Q: Fully investigate Russia's involvement in the 2016 presidential election, and if any Americans broke the law, prosecute and jail them.
Not sure 11%