Americans got three stimulus check payments that were either placed into their savings accounts or delivered by mail in during peak of the outbreak of COVID 19 virus. Those were all stimulus check payouts meant to keep the economy going and protect citizens from financial ruin as a result of businesses being forced to close in order to contain the new coronavirus.
The most notorious challenges for the American taxpayers as of now is the inflation running in the market. Even though the businesses are open once again and most of the pandemic restrictions are nowhere to be seen, the inflation that arose because of the back to back attacks of the virus and now the Russian invasion in Ukraine, is now going harsh on the American people.
Prices of the daily needs of every American households has seen the worst uprising of the last four decades. A lot of US households are finding it hard to make the ends meet. Therefore, the demands of a fourth stimulus check is rising in the streets of the states.
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A latest survey by Redfield & Wilton Strategies for Newsweek found that the majority of eligible voters approve an inflationary relief stimulus check payments. In fact, 42% of those who were eligible to vote in American elections indicated that they strongly responded in the favor of the fact that there should be another payment, and about 63% of those who were able vote did so.
In contrast, a tiny minority of people oppose receiving greater assistance from Washington, D.C. Only 18% of individuals stated they would be against a fourth stimulus check intended to help consumers deal with inflated prices.
Numerous states already have started making relief payments in answer to highly inflated rates. However, this help is far from sufficient, and legal voters urge Washington to take action given the high clamor for yet another payment from the federal govt.