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Poll: 59% Democrats Aren't Aware of Dems' 'Better Deal' Plan

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Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer speaks on Capitol Hill to unveil "A Better Deal On Trade and Jobs." (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)

By    |   Thursday, 03 Aug 2017 05:14 PM

The Democratic Party better go back to the drawing board for a slogan to push its new national economic initiative, a poll suggests.

A Quinnipiac University survey found that despite the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee's drive for "A Better Deal: Better Skills, Better Jobs, Better Wages," most Democratic aren't sure what the plan entails.

When the survey asked all respondents their opinion of the Democratic economic agenda:

  • 16 percent of all voters were favorable.
  • 29 percent were unfavorable.
  • 54 percent hadn't heard enough about it to form an opinion.

It was even worse among Democrats:

  • 33 percent were favorable.
  • 8 percent were unfavorable.
  • 59 percent didn't know enough about it to have an opinion.

Among Republicans:

  • 3 percent were favorable.
  • 56 percent were unfavorable.
  • 41 percent hadn't heard enough about it.

The poll's margin of error of plus or minus 3.4 percentage points.

Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer (D-NY) wrote about the initiative after it was unveiled last month, saying "Democrats will start presenting that better deal to the American people."

But the slogan that went along with the initiative got mightily mocked on Twitter for sounding a lot like the ad jingle for Papa John's: "Better Ingredients. Better Pizza. Papa John's."

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