The U.S. economy is a top priority for Americans, with rising inflation concerns and pandemic-related fears waning, a poll released Monday showed.
68 percent of Americans mention the economy in some way when asked an open question about the top five priorities the government should work on in 2022, according to a poll by the end of the year. taken by the Associated Press. Only 37 percent cited the virus, down from 53 percent a year earlier.
Mention of inflation is up 14 percent from one percent a year ago. The mention of the cost of living rose to 24 percent from 12 percent last year.
On the way into a critical mid-term election year, shifts America’s biggest political concerns in ways that suggest Democrats face significant challenges in retaining control of Congress.
An opinion poll from The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research shows that the management of coronavirus pandemic, which was once an issue strongly favored by President Joe Biden and his fellow Democrats, is beginning to recede in the minds of Americans. COVID-19 is increasingly overshadowed by concerns about the economy and personal finances – especially inflation – which are topics that can lift Republicans.
No wonder Joe Biden struggles to describe the widespread impression that he and his party do not care about inflation as a “malarkey”.
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