63% of Americans are in support of new stimulus checks- Report.

According to a recent study, which Newsweek published, over two-thirds of Americans support the federal government issuing additional stimulus payments to aid them in battling inflation.

Redfield & Wilton Strategies, a market research firm, surveyed 1,500 American citizens between October 23 and 24, 2022, to perform the study for Newsweek. The results showed that 63% of respondents were in favor of the federal government issuing new inflation checks. 42% of those surveyed indicated that they “strongly agree” with more support being provided.

The federal government provided three Economic Impact Payments (EIPs) to qualified U.S. taxpayers during the COVID-19 epidemic. A stimulus check for $1,200 was sent in April 2020, and a second for $600 was issued in December 2020–January 2021.

The last payment, for $1,400, was issued by the IRS to qualified Americans in Mar. 2021,

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