Suburban women shift from supporting Democrats to GOP ahead of midterms: poll

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A new poll from the Wall Street Journal has revealed that suburban women are shifting their support from Democrat to Republican ahead of the midterm elections, with this notable shift coming in part due to rampant inflation and skyrocketing crime across the country.

The survey, conducted just two weeks before midterm elections take place across the country, revealed that overall, Republicans now hold an edge over Democrats at 46 to 44 percent.

This group has shifted a staggering 26 percentage points away from the Democrats since the Wall Street Journal’s poll in August. Suburban white women now favor the GOP by 15 percentage points.

This shift in support comes as voters say the Republican Party would be more fit to address rampant inflation and rising crime seen under the Biden administration and Democrat leadership.

One 39-year-old stay-at-home mother from Pennsylvania, Jennifer Hackworth, told the Wall Street Journal that she has noticed the prices of necessities like clothing for her children and grocery items getting more expensive.

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