The economy and inflation top the list of concerns among voters in the latest Monmouth University poll heading into the U.S. midterm elections.
But the issue of abortion is galvanizing Democrats following the Supreme Court’s decision ending nearly 50 years of legalized abortions in the United States. In the end, turnout will be key, particularly in Georgia and Pennsylvania, two states that could determine which party will control the U.S. Congress.
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Approximately two-thirds of U.S. voters are “definitely” planning to go to the polls in the November midterms, new polling from Morning Consult finds. pic.twitter.com/VFqI3V4MV7
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Republicans are making crime a dominant issue in some of the most competitive U.S. Senate races in this year’s midterm election, along with scores of House and governors' campaigns. Experts say Democrats would be wrong to ignore the potency of the attacks. https://t.co/jiijXGQDEL
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The move is likely to drive up oil prices in an already-tight global economy and, coming so close to the midterm elections, is widely seen as a serious political blow against Biden. https://t.co/CWFbBjewFY
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