ABC News tweets results of a recently-conducted ABC News/Ipsos poll finding that 83 percent of those surveyed classify the economy as an “extremely” or “very” important vote-determining issue in the upcoming Midterm Elections.
JUST IN: More than eight in 10 Americans (83%) now say that the economy is either an extremely or very important issue in determining how they will vote, according to a new @ABC News/Ipsos poll. https://t.co/ram9DhrZ1O
— ABC News (@ABC) June 5, 2022
For countless reasons heretofore evidenced, poll results should more often than not be taken with a grain of skepticism and with a consciousness about the possibility of there being a greater statistical error in them (sometimes far off base) than a given survey’s stated margin of error. Political polls have been too wrong too often. An 83 percent figure about any issue, however, is not ignorable.
"In the poll, 80% of Americans say that inflation is also an extremely or very important factor in how they will vote and for gas prices, it is 74%."
The economy is the top issue, always has been, always will be. https://t.co/TagBwnJ45P
— Varad Mehta (@varadmehta) June 5, 2022
There have been many warnings about the failures of socialistic economic policies, such as taxation, regulation, and government spending to solve economic problems. Nevertheless, Democrats, who lecture about and implement such theory-based economic nonsense, continue to be elected.
Despite the left’s effort to make the campaign about anything and everything else, the policies of President Joe Biden and his administration, combined with decisions made by Democratic leadership controlling both houses of Congress, are on the ballot in November. That is how midterms work, and those held in 2022 will not be an exception.
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