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Poll: Voters More Worried About Inflation than ‘Abortion Rights’ Heading into Midterms

Eighty-seven percent say they are concerned with inflation

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Voters are more worried about inflation than “abortion rights” heading into the midterm elections, a Rasmussen Reports survey released Thursday found.

They survey listed a series of issues — inflation, the coronavirus, violent crime, immigration, climate change, and “abortion rights” — and asked residents to gauge their level of concern with each.

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