Voters concerned about immigration & inflation

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Inflation and immigration are the top concerns among voters ahead of November’s general election, according to a new Harvard CAPS-Harris poll released on Monday.

Thirty-six percent of voters said that immigration was the most important issue facing the country today, while 33 percent said the same about inflation and price increases.

Thirty-eight percent of voters said that inflation was still the top issue affecting them personally, which was down three points from when the last poll was conducted in February. Twenty-one percent said that immigration was the top issue affecting them, which was up four points from last month.

“Immigration continues to surge as an issue and the voters are sending a clear message for greater border security,” said Mark Penn, co-director of the Harvard CAPS-Harris Poll.

“Inflation remains top issue though economic concerns have lessened from their peak. Issue concerns clearly favor Republicans at this point,” he said.


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