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Inflation and gas prices still diminish concerns about abortion, polls say

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! According to a survey by the University of Monmouth on Tuesday,

Americans are much more concerned about inflationand gas prices than the problem of miscarriage.

Votingis worse news for Democrats who wanted to use this issue to upset voters in the midterm elections. Republicans are in a position to make significant profits in parliament and state governments across the country as voters are suffering from rising living costs.

A Monmouth poller asked respondents to clarify the biggest problem facing their families today. 33% said it was inflation. 15% said the gas price. 9% mentioned the economy. 6% said daily bills and groceries, and 5% said abortion.

More than 40% of respondents told Monmouth that they "have a hard time maintaining the status quo financially." This is the highest number the university has recorded since it began investigating questions five years ago. The previous high was 29%.


Fuel prices at a Chevron gas station in Menlo Park, California, US, on Thursday, June 9, 2022. Stratospheric Fuel prices have broken records for at least seven days with the average cost of fuel per gallon hitting $4.96 as of June 8, according to the American Automobile Association. 

Fuel prices at the Chevron Gas Station in Menlo Park, California, USA, Thursday, June 9, 2022. According to the Strategic American Automobile Association, fuel prices broke records in at least seven days, with average fuel costs per gallon reaching $ 4.96 as of June 8.  (Photographer: David Paul Morris / Bloomberg via Getty Images)

Monmouth had 978 US adults from June 23-27 I investigated. The Supreme Court is Roev on June 24th. I gave an opinionthat overturned Wade.

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Polls are fightingfor President Joe Byden's administration to deal with the daily surge in costs. Inflation remains at its highest level in 40 years, with gas prices nationwide at just under $ 5 per gallon.

Byden was accused of blaming the gas company this weekend. Billionaire Jeff Bezos has shown that Byden "has a deep misunderstanding about the dynamics of the basic market."

However, gas prices are just the latest scapegoat that Byden has noticed. Biden spent a surge on the feet of Russian President Vladimir Putinduring his trip to Europe last week.

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"Finally, gas The reason for the rise in prices is because of Russia, Russia and Russia. " "The reason for the food crisis is that Russia, Russia and grains are not allowed to leave Ukraine."