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Find Your 2020 Infrastructure Match
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Every week is infrastructure week in an election year. Eight major presidential candidates have proposed detailed infrastructure plans - who best embraces your infrastructure policy preferences?
 
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Do you favor a candidate that offers specific infrastructure proposals?
Yes, infrastructure should be a policy priority
No, I don't think infrastructure is a priority
How should candidates primarily fund their infrastructure plan?
Increase the deficit/issue debt
Impose new taxes on the wealthy and corporations (Note: this may only partially fund the plan)
Impose additional taxes and fees on users of the infrastructure (e.g., a gas tax)
The federal government is currently projected to spend roughly $3,400 per person on infrastructure over the next 10 years. How much more should each American pay for the federal government to spend on infrastructure over a 10-year period?
Under $1,000
$1,001 - $2000
$2,001 - $3,500
$6,000 - $8,000
Over $35,000
Should the plan increase federal funding for highways, roads, and bridges, or focus surface transportation resources on other modes of transportation?
Yes, the plan should increase highway funding
No, additional funding should be focused on other infrastructure priorities
Should the plan specifically address challenges faced by airports?
Yes, allow them to be run more like businesses, as is common practice in Europe
Yes, increase federal spending on airport improvements
No
Do you support expediting the environmental review process to get projects finished faster?
Definitely; permitting delays are a huge problem
Yes, it should be addressed but is not a top priority
No, the current system works
No, we need even more stringent environmental protections
How important should climate change policies be in crafting a federal infrastructure and transportation plan?
Climate should be the central focus of any infrastructure bill
Climate should be a feature of the bill
An infrastructure bill should focus primarily on federal infrastructure programs; climate change is best addressed separately
Should the plan explicitly provide federal support for private-sector investment in public infrastructure?
Yes
Yes, but in developing nations
No
Should the federal government commit funds to pay for Americans to improve energy efficiency of their personal homes and vehicles?
No, that is not a proper or efficient use of federal funds
The federal government should subsidize the research and development advancing improvements in these areas, not subsidize individual purchases or decisions
Yes, commit large budgetary resources through tax benefits
Yes, commit larger budgetary resources through cash grants
Should infrastructure improvements be funded primarily by states and local governments (which own more than 90% infrastructure assets), or by the federal government (which owns less than 10% of infrastructure assets)?
States and local governments should be primarily responsible for funding
The federal government should be primarily responsible for funding
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