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Trump Administration: Infrastructure Friend or Foe? – Politics, News, Polls, Economy, Wellbeing, and World
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Trump Administration: Infrastructure Friend or Foe?

By Blair Levin & Adie Tomer

As a candidate, Donald Trump deserved credit for identifying a policy that damages jobs, competitiveness, and economic growth: underinvestment in infrastructure.
Americans overwhelmingly agree. A poll this summer found that 89 percent of Americans believe infrastructure investment strengthens the economy, with 81 percent saying it would benefit them personally. More than half (56 percent) think the U.S. infrastructure is in bad condition, compared to just 30 percent who say it is in good condition. Americans everyday confront the problems created by bad roads, broken public transit, outdated… …read more

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