September 23, 2021: Eighty-one percent of voters believe members of Congress should be given time to read the reconciliation bill before voting on it. A Scott Rasmussen national survey found that 8% disagree and 11% are not sure.
Among those who believe members should have time to read the bill, 76% think at least a week should be allowed. Fourteen percent believe 72 hours should be sufficient, while 7% think 24 hours is long enough.
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