Results of the October Harvard-Caps Harris Poll. Their conclusion:
REPUBLICANS ARE INCHING CLOSER TOWARDS A WAVE AS THEY WIN OVER VOTERS ON INFLATION, CRIME, AND IMMIGRATION
- Republicans are winning the generic Congressional ballot 53-47 among likely voters.
- Inflation, crime, and immigration are the most important issues voters picked heading into the midterms – and based on each, voters say they are over 10 points more likely to vote Republican than Democratic.
- Americans think Republican leaders are most concerned with immigration, inflation, and the economy – while Democratic leaders are most concerned with January 6, women’s rights, and the environment.
Even more interesting. Opinion of politicians (see full-size graphs below):
Read this thread for even more interesting tidbits from the poll. Seems voters are turning their backs on the “woke”:
- 55% of Americans blame Biden for inflation – including 42% of Democrats.
- 58% are not confident in the Biden administration’s ability to keep inflation at bay.
- Americans are worried about the Fed: 74% think the Fed will cause a recession.
- 84% of voters think the US is in a recession now or will be in one by next year.