New study by leading economic think tank compares policy agendas of both presidential candidades in 5 battleground state. The James Madison Institute (JMI), one of the nation’s oldest and largest nonprofit economic research organizations today released a groundbreaking study. The analysis compares the economic policy agendas of the two major presidential candidates, President Donald J. Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden across five battleground states – Florida, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin.
JMI partnered with two of the nation’s most respected economists to analyze the economic platforms of each of the two major candidates to be President of the United States:
J. Antonio Villamil – JMI Senior Fellow; Founder and Principal, The Washington Economics Group, Inc.
Donna Arduin – JMI Adjunct Scholar; President and Co-Founder, Arduin, Laffer, Moore Econometrics.
The Study compared the policy agenda candidate Biden has proposed versus President Trump’s existing economic agenda. In total, Biden’s policies are projected to cost U.S. taxpayers more than $36 trillion. The impact of these policies would create budget shortfalls in the five states totaling approximately $27.7 billion. Read more…..