The wealthy will benefit most from this plan, 66 percent of voters believe, while 22 percent say the middle class will benefit most and 4 percent say low income people will benefit most.
Voters' perception of the economy has never been higher, a new poll found.
President Trump touted the poll on Thursday.
Americans by an nearly 8 to 1 margin - 79 percent - think Dreamers should be allowed to remain in the country and apply for citizenship - putting most voters at odds with GOP immigration hardliners in Congress and the Trump administration, a new Quinnipiac poll said Thursday.
"President Trump can hang his hat on the economy, but must share the hat rack with President Barack Obama, as two-thirds of the country see the economic picture as excellent or good", Quinnipiac University Poll assistant director Tim Malloy said in a statement.
Sixty-nine percent of respondents said Trump is not levelheaded, while 28 percent disagreed.
On the recently enacted Republican tax reform bill, voters disapprove of it, 52 to 32 percent.
In a series of tweets a day after the book was released, Trump lashed out, saying "throughout my life, my two greatest assets have been mental stability and being, like, really smart" and later adding that he's a "very stable genius".
Another 7 percent say they should stay but not become citizens - while only 11 percent say they should get the boot. 56% of respondents grade his first year in office as an F or D, the same percentage of his disapproval ratings.
The poll, which surveyed 940 voters, also found that a majority of Georgia voters - 57 percent - are not satisfied with the way things are going in the United States, AJC reported.