A new poll has found that 27% U.S. residents support the government recognizing Bitcoin as legal tender.
According to a poll from research and data analytics firm YouGov, 11% of respondents “strongly support” the idea that Bitcoin should be used as legal tender in the United States and a further 16% of respondents would “somewhat support” it.
The poll, which queried 4,912 U.S. residents, indicated that a larger number of Democrat respondents support the proposition than Republicans. Around 29% of Democrats stated they either strongly or somewhat support recognizing BTC as legal tender compared to 26% of Republicans.
As you might expect, there is more support among younger generations. Respondents aged 25-34 are highly supportive of BTC as legal tender, with 44% responding in favor. But almost as many baby boomers (aged between 57-75) strongly opposed the idea (43%) with just 11% in total supporting the proposition.
The findings show that income has a significant effect on an individuals’ attitudes regarding crypto, with