“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.