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Most Americans don’t want the government to send checks to families forever, survey finds

A youngster wearing a mask looks at the camera while sitting on his father's shoulder in Central Park on May 24, 2020 in New York City.

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The first batch of $300 monthly payments for children, known as the child tax credit, was just sent out to families last week as part of President Joe Biden’s stimulus law. While they are set to hit families’ bank accounts for the next five months, some Democrats want the payments to be permanent.

The majority of voters don’t want that.

A Morning Consult/Politico survey released on Wednesday found that while 54% of voters support the government sending up to $3oo per month to families with children, 52% think the payments shouldn’t be permanent. For six details ⇒

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