White suburban women, a key voter demographic heading into the midterm elections, have shifted significantly toward the Republican Party, according to new polling data.
White women living in suburban areas currently favor the GOP by 15 percentage points, according to the latest Wall Street Journal poll. This marks a 27 percentage point shift away from the Democratic Party since the August iteration of the WSJ poll.
The WSJ poll also found that 54% of White suburban women believe the U.S. economy is already in a recession. Additionally, 74% of the same demographic believe the economy is going in the wrong direction, according to the poll.
White women in suburban areas make up approximately 20% of the entire electorate, according to the WSJ.
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