Soaring Inflation and Wobbly Economy Top of Mind for Voters as Election Day Dawns

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The midterm elections seem to be coming down to how Americans feel about soaring inflation and a wobbly economy, the latest polls show, defying messaging from President Joe Biden and the Democrats, who have sought to drum up voter interest in issues like abortion rights, threats to democracy, and climate change.

The latest survey from The Economist/YouGov (pdf), based on a sample of 1,500 American adults during the first week of November, shows that the top two issues on their minds as they head into the polls on Tuesday are the economy and inflation.

A whopping 73 percent of Americans said they’re thinking “a lot” about the economy, followed by 68 percent who said the same of inflation.

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