The main problem is very clear

In the first FiveThirtyEight / Ipsos survey, 52% of Americans said the most important issue facing the country is inflation. We asked the Americans this question in various ways, but no matter how we asked it, the main answer was always the same: inflation.

“It is true that a larger percentage of Republicans than Democrats or Independents in our poll said they were concerned about inflation. But inflation continued to lead, regardless of party identification: about two-thirds of Republicans chose it as a major issue, as did about half of all independents and just over 40 percent of Democrats. Inflation was the main issue for respondents of all age groups and also for men and women. “

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