Just 32 percent of Americans reported having more take-home pay due to the cuts, including just 35 percent of middle-class respondents and 48 percent of Trump supporters. More than half saw no change.
Oh, sweet Lord in heaven. This depends on how one’s withdrawals are set up. Those who see a salary increase now will get a smaller tax return next April. Those who are seeing no increase will get a larger lump return. Which is a great thing for them because a lump sum to spend registers more and can buy more than a smaller regular increase in the same amount.