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All the Top Issues Heading Into This Year's Midterm Elections

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All the Top Issues Heading Into This Year's Midterm Elections

All the Top Issues Heading Into This Year's Midterm Elections

All the Top Issues , Heading Into This Year's , Midterm Elections.

'Newsweek' recently reported on all of the top issues for Americans heading into the upcoming midterm elections.

'Newsweek' recently reported on all of the top issues for Americans heading into the upcoming midterm elections.

According to a new poll from Monmouth University, economic issues like inflation remain one of the biggest factors going into the midterms. According to a new poll from Monmouth University, economic issues like inflation remain one of the biggest factors going into the midterms. The Monmouth poll revealed a stark difference between the concerns of the left and the concerns of the right.

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According to the poll, amid a range of issues, Democrats were focused on climate change and abortion.

According to the poll, amid a range of issues, Democrats were focused on climate change and abortion.

Republican concerns were more directed towards inflation, crime and immigration.

Republican concerns were more directed towards inflation, crime and immigration.

82% of Americans surveyed said that inflation is an extremely or very important issue.

Crime came in second with 72%, while election and voting were considered extremely important by 70% of those surveyed.

Crime came in second with 72%, while election and voting were considered extremely important by 70% of those surveyed.

Other top concerns included jobs and unemployment, immigration, transportation and energy infrastructure, racial inequality, gun control and climate change.

Other top concerns included jobs and unemployment, immigration, transportation and energy infrastructure, racial inequality, gun control and climate change.

The poll found that President Joe Biden received low marks on a number of top issues, including his handling of inflation, with just 30% approval.

Other top issues saw Biden receive low approval rating: crime 32%, immigration 21%, abortion 31% and gun control 30%.

'Newsweek' reports that the Monmouth poll was conducted from September 21 to 25 and has a margin of error of 3.5 percentage points


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