(PartiallyPolitics.com) – The latest Fox News National survey showed important data regarding inflation. According to the poll, 57 percent of responders have claimed that they currently have less money than they had a year before. This is a 7 percent increase when compared to the results of the same survey from last February.
The poll also showed that demographically, the ones affected the most by inflation are Republican women, 78 percent of whom said they had less money this year than they had a year before. Similarly, 69 percent of rural Whites, 63 percent of Gen Xers, and 62 percent of those with an annual income below $50,000 have said that they were feeling the effects of inflation in their pocket.
According to the survey, 78 percent of the respondents also claimed that the economy was in a fair or poor condition, which is similar to last year’s rate.
Thirty-six percent of respondents also said that the economy is the top issue faced by the country right now. It was also selected as the most important topic by Republicans, Democrats, and independents. This marks a slight decline since December when 42 percent had claimed that the economy was the top issue the country was dealing with, while 13 percent had claimed it was immigration and border security, 10 percent had claimed it was the climate, and 9 percent had argued it was guns.
Biden’s lowest approval ratings also relate to inflation, with only 31 percent approving of his performance. This is an increase from his lowest percentage in June 2022 when his approval rating regarding inflation had dropped to 23 percent.
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