West Virginia Voters Weigh In on Child Tax Credits
Nearly 60% of Republicans and Independents oppose advance Child Tax Credit payments.
A majority support work requirements for the Child Tax Credit.
A plurality of West Virginia voters want the Child Tax Credit increase to expire on schedule.
Results for this poll are based on automated telephone interviews conducted among a statewide sample of 519 likely West Virginia voters. Data for this survey research was collected by Cor Services, Inc.
Interviews were conducted via a computer-assisted telephone interviewing system utilizing techniques designed to achieve the highest possible respondent cooperation.
The surveys were conducted October 11–13, 2021. The margin of sampling error is plus or minus 4.30 percentage points. The margin of sampling error may be higher for certain subgroups. Results presented may not always appear to total 100 percent due to rounding.
Data was sampled using weighted demographic information from the U.S. Census Bureau’s Current Population Survey Voting and Registration Supplement and the state election authorities. Demographic information for actual voters in past elections were used to construct sample target weights.
The Opportunity Solutions Project paid for all costs associated with this survey.
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