Americans could use a financial boost. How to get that money into people’s hands has been a hot topic of debate.
Democrats have proposed expanding unemployment insurance and giving Americans as much as $2,000 per month to get back on their feet.
Meanwhile, one Republican proposal has called for giving Americans $11,000 now in exchange for every year they agree to delay their Social Security benefits and Medicare coverage.
Now, a poll conducted by Data For Progress and Social Security Works, an advocacy organization, asked Americans which of those two options they would pick. They also asked if people think the government has already done enough.
Most respondents, 55%, said they want expanded unemployment insurance along with $2,000 per month in income. Meanwhile, 25% said they think the government has already…