WASHINGTON, D.C. – Politico’s Tanya Snyder and Brianna Gurciullo published an exclusive report on Club for Growth’s latest polling showing voters overwhelmingly oppose using taxpayer money to bail out cruise lines which incorporate outside of the U.S. to avoid taxes and regulations.
“MY NAME IS NO, MY SIGN IS NO: The conservative Club for Growth commissioned a poll of 1,000 likely voters on whether cruise lines — which incorporate and register their ships outside the U.S. to avoid taxes and regulations — should get a bailout and the overwhelming answer was no…
The support for the ban on bailing out cruise lines — roughly 3 out of 4 — was fairly consistent across party lines and even in states with major cruise ports.”
The poll found 74% of voters support a ban on using coronavirus relief spending to bail out cruise lines, while just 26% oppose a ban.
There is wide bipartisan support for a ban on cruise line bailouts, with more than 70% of each party agreeing that we should ban using coronavirus relief funds to bail out the cruise lines. Independents are the strongest opponents of a cruise line bailout with 78% supporting a ban.
Read the Politico article.
Read the polling memo.