Voters in Iowa’s first congressional district disapprove of the Republican tax plan, Congressman Rod Blum, Speaker Paul Ryan, and President Donald Trump by wide margins, according to new polling released today.
53 percent of voters in IA-1 oppose the tax plan passed by Congress and signed into law by President Trump (just 31 percent support); 61 percent think President Trump should release his tax returns, and 63 percent think Congressman Blum should release his. Blum’s constituents also think it is unacceptable that he failed to disclose his ownership of an internet company on his financial disclosure forms, by a 59-25 margin.
Iowa’s first congressional district voters also disapproved of President Trump by a 54-41 margin, Congressman Blum by a margin of 54-34, and Speaker Paul Ryan at 61-26.
The poll was commissioned by Progress Iowa and conducted by Public Policy Polling on March 27 and 28, had a sample size of 619 voters in Iowa’s first congressional district, and has a margin of error of +/- 4%.