With four days to go until the midterms, DailyMail.com breaks down how the ECONOMY and crime have been top issues for voters for months – while Democrats have spent $320M on abortion ads (10 TIMES more than on inflation commercials)
- The economy and inflation, rather than social issues, are top of mind for most voters this year by nearly every measure of polling
- A new Wall Street Journal poll shows white suburban women now favor Republicans over Democrats by 15 points
- Nearly every poll has the economy pegged as voters’ top concern, followed by crime and abortion
- A Reuters/Ipsos poll found crime and corruption were a top issue for about 1 in 10 voters, behind economy but ahead of issues like abortion and climate change
- 43% would rather vote for a candidate who believes Joe Biden won the election, 19% said one that believes Donald Trump won, but 35% said they don’t care
Published: 09:19 EST, 4 November 2022 | Updated: 12:09 EST, 4 November 2022
President Biden on Wednesday night centered one of his final closing arguments for the midterms on the dangers to democracy, election deniers, and political violence after the attack on Paul Pelosi.