Why Republican cuts will hurt the poor most

Republican cuts will hurt the poor most because they primarily target social welfare programs that low-income individuals rely on for basic needs such as food, housing, and healthcare. These cuts include reductions to Medicaid, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), and affordable housing programs. The proposed cuts would result in millions of people losing access to essential services and would disproportionately affect marginalized communities such as people of color, women, and the elderly. Additionally, Republican cuts to tax credits and deductions that benefit low-income families would further exacerbate the economic inequality gap. Ultimately, these cuts would increase poverty and hardship for those who are already struggling to make ends meet.