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Americans care more about the economy, immigration than January 6: poll

Voters saw the Democrat party on the other hand as being out of touch with their concerns. The top three issues voters said the party is most concerned with are January 6 at 27 percent, women’s rights at 25 percent, and climate change at 23 percent.

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Hannah Nightingale Washington DC
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A new poll conducted by Harvard/Harris has revealed a disconnect between the American people and the Democrat party in terms of the importance of January 6.

The poll, conducted by The Harris Poll and HarrisX between October 12 and 13 among 2,010 registered voters,  found that voters believe the Democrat Party’s issue of highest concern is January 6, while the issues surrounding that date rank low in average Americans’ worries.

According to the poll, just 7 percent of voters said that January 6 is amongst the most important issues facing the country today. Voters said that Inflation (37 percent), the economy (29 percent), and immigration (23 percent) were the top three issues facing the country.

Voters said that Republican Party leaders align with their concerns, with the party being seen as concerned with immigration (37 percent), inflation (24 percent), and the economy (21 percent).

Voters saw the Democrat party on the other hand as being out of touch with their concerns. The top three issues voters said the party is most concerned with are January 6 at 27 percent, women’s rights at 25 percent, and climate change at 23 percent.

The poll also found that just 31 percent of voters say the country is on the right track, and that 57 percent of Americans say their financial situation is worsening. Just 18 percent of Americans said that the country will avoid a recession, while 46 percent said the country is in a recession now, and 38 percent said this would come in the next year.

Biden’s approval rating, according to this poll, is at 42 percent, with voters evenly split between strongly and somewhat approving. 55 percent of Americans disapprove, with 40 percent strongly disapproving.

Additionally, looking toward the 2024 presidential election, the poll found that a majority of voters have questions about Biden’s mental fitness, and say he is too old to be president.

55 percent of voters said that they have doubts about Biden’s mental ability to serve as President of the United States, and 68 percent said that Biden is showing that he’s too old to be leader of the nation.

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