A new poll tells 27% of US citizens to accept Bitcoin as fiat currency.
Opinion poll companyYouGov SurveyAccording to the report, 11% of respondents “strongly support” the idea that Bitcoin should be legal tender in the United States, and another 16% “somewhat support”.
The survey targeted 4,912 US citizens. Democrats are more likely to support the idea than Republicans (29% for Democrats and 26% for Republicans).
In addition, the younger generation was more likely to support the legal tenderization of BTC. For respondents aged 25-34, 44% support it. On the other hand, in the baby boom generation (57-75 years old), 43% strongly opposed the idea, with only 11% supporting it.
The findings also show that income has a significant impact on attitudes towards cryptocurrencies. The percentage of respondents who support the legal tenderization of TC was 21% among the respondents who earned more than $ 80,000 a year. Among the respondents with an annual income of 40,000 dollars (about 4.4 million yen), the support was 11%, which was almost double the difference. Even with incomes of $ 40,000 or less, the percentage of support was low.
This poll was triggered by the enforcement of the Bitcoin Act in El Salvador.
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