A University of Tennessee study, reported at phys.org among other places, finds that, when incomes are more concentrated, people are more likely to say they oppose governmental redistribution of income. This decidedly includes low-income people. Why would low-income people oppose redistribution of income?
It might be because they’re too busy with survival to pay much attention to the question. Or, having been screwed by the powers-that-be, they assume any redistribution will be away from them, toward those already in control. Might even be that they are “free-market” types who expect to make a better living in the absence of government interference. I really have no idea.
I’ve only seen the news report, the actual paper seems to be behind a paywall, so there’s a lot of detail left unspecified. Such as whether “redistribution” is defined to include the current pattern of redistribution from those who work to those who manipulate, what specific surveys were analyzed, and how the matter of sequence (Does public support for redistribution cause redistributive programs to be expanded?) was handled.