Americans Want the Government to Buy U.S.-made Goods
They don't care if they cost more
A year of pandemic-driven shortages of vital safety goods and medicines - not to mention consumer items like bikes and electronics - has not made Americans more willing to pay extra for U.S.-made goods.
Yet a large majority think the government should do so.
A new Reuters-Ipsos poll found 63% of Americans want U.S. agencies to buy American-made products in general, even if they cost significantly more, and 62 percent think the government should strictly buy U.S.-made vaccines. That enthusiasm dims a bit when it comes to other types of safety equipment, such as face masks: a majority, 53 percent, agree it is fine to buy personal protective equipment - or PPE - from foreign sources, while 41 percent disagreed.
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