US midterm election voter exit poll… Inflation and abortion rights are key factors

CNN: “7 out of 10 people are dissatisfied with the Biden administration”… ABC: 70% of voters threaten democracy

In the US mid-term elections held on the 8th (local time), it was found that voters identified inflation and the right to abortion as key factors in their choice.

Many voters also expressed dissatisfaction with the Bidens administration.

According to the results of an exit poll conducted by Emerson Research and commissioned by American broadcasters such as CNN, NBC, and ABC, more than 7 out of 10 respondents said they were not satisfied with the direction the United States is going, and 3 out of 10 CNN respondents said he said he was “angry” with the operating situation.

President Joe Biden’s approval rating for state affairs was ‘45%’.

This is similar to former President Donald Trump’s approval rating during the 2018 midterm elections.

Almost half (46%) of the voters said that President Biden’s policies were ‘harming the country’, and only 36% said that his policies were ‘helping’.

Almost a third (32%) of voters identified inflation as a key factor influencing their vote, and 27% referred to the issue of abortion.

It was followed by crime (12%), gun policy (12%) and immigration (10%).

46% of the respondents drew attention to the fact that their household’s economic situation was ‘worse’ compared to the last two years.

18% of respondents answered ‘better’.

According to the NBC broadcast, 39% of respondents said they were ‘angry’ about the Supreme Court’s decision to remove the right to abortion, and 21% said they were ‘dissatisfied’.

21% answered ‘Satisfied’ and 16% answered ‘Enthusiastic’.

And 52% of voters said Republicans would do well to deal with inflation, while only 44% said Democrats would do well, ABC reported.

According to ABC, 70% of voters said that American democracy is under threat.

A bipartisan sense of crisis was formed with 72% of Democrats, 68% of Republicans, and 71% of nonpartisans.

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