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Political experts weigh the economic impact on midterm elections in "bad economic policies"

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The economy has undergone a major downturn in recent months, and some political experts say it will be in Novemberas inflation soars to its highest rate in 40 years. It is questioning how much it will affect themidterm elections that have been held. Gas prices have reached record highs.

The USinflation rate of 8.3%was the highest in developed countries in April and May, far higher than Japan, France, Germany, the United Kingdom, Italy and Canada. .. President Byden's administration has scrambled to find the answer to inflation and spike gas prices, which remain close to $ 5 per gallon nationwide.

To better understand how the economy affects or will affect elections, FoxNews Digital has contacted four political experts for evaluation.

Frome left to right: Kellyanne Conway, former White House counselor to President Trump; Ari Fleischer, former White House Press Secretary and Fox News contributor; and Tulsi Gabbard, former Democratic congresswoman from Hawaii.

From left to right: Kerian Conway, ex-white Counselor of President Haus Trump. Ari Fleischer, former White House Press Secretary and Fox News contributor. Former Democratic Party member from Hawaii, Tulsi Gabbard. (Lou Rocco / ABC, Amy Sussman, Anna Moneymaker-Getty Images)


Tulsi Gabbard, Former U.S. Parliamentarian from Hawaii, 2020 Democratic Presidential Candidate:

"Most importantly, Americans But the country is looking for a solution. People are already very struggling because of inflation and rising gas prices. People don't feel safe in their community. You know. As things go up, the value of the dollar goes down. It's more expensive and people are having a hard time achieving their goals. They're looking for a solution, regardless of party. I think I'm the leader who actually takes action to start tackling these issues.

"I'm sitting here in Washington, D.C. right now and I'm very aware of the reality. Our How much of the political leaders are separated from the struggle and the reality of their frustration that Americans across the country are already facing .... From the White House, "We may be in a recession. But when I hear a message like "It's not that bad," things are already getting worse. Things are alreadydifficult for many, their belief and confidence that the people of Washington even know what they are experiencing when they hear such a statement. Further increase the lack of. People want a solution, so that's what they're looking for right now, as we move forward.

"There are ways to focus too much on unquoted messaging, messaging changes, messaging improvements, or stories. What does that have to do with reality? Things can be different. Masu. Or more, unless they actually see what they are doing, they keep listening unless they actually see people moving forward and solving these challenges. Is just a lot of lip services ... "

Tulsi Gabbard, former Representative from Hawaii, speaks during the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Orlando, Florida, U.S., on Friday, Feb. 25, 2022.

Hawaii Former representative Tulsi Gabbard will speak at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Orlando, Florida. , USA, Friday, February 25, 2022.(Tristan Wheelock / Bloomberg via Getty Images)

Kerian Conway, Former Presidential Campaign Manager, Former White House Trump Counselor:

" When it comes to the economy, Democrats want you to believe what they're saying, not what you're looking at. You see Skyrock Price; they " We really suspect that we will see an inflation cycle. " It is a "temporary" and "luxury problem" that is "caused by COVID" and has everything to do with the supply chain. '

"Fear of swelling and retreathas hit households finances, threatening overall stability and personal savings. US consumption Human sentiment plummeted in early June, plunging to record lows, consistent with the highest inflation in 40 years. Recent research According to Fox News and CNN, there is the same tragic story. More than three-quarters of Americans rate the economy as somewhat or very poor, including 81% of independents and 76% of women. Byden is American Blame Putin for inflation; Americans blame Byden.

"The contrast between the Trump and Byden economies is no longer clear. Inflation is low, wages are high, and infants The formula for was on the shelves of the grocery store and the gas was cheap. There is a loophole. The increase in nervous voters knows it wasn't so long ago and they want to get it back.

"Republic leaders, candidates, and other influential people need to clarify and present policies that benefit job creators, job seekers, and employers. Includes the release of energy independence, the reduction of tax burdens, the end of regulatory attacks on American companies, and workers engage in fair and mutual trade transactions and work Americans supply chain put America first. "

Kellyanne Conway, a White House senior advisor to former President Trump speaks during an event on education at the America First Policy Institute on January 28, 2022 in Washington, DC.

Former President White House Senior Advisor Kerian Conwaitramp spoke at an educational event at the America First Policy Institute in Washington, DC, January 28, 2022. (Anna Moneymaker / Getty Images)

"Advance" is quickly "quite difficult" to keep consumers motivated Brandon Arnold, Former Executive Vice President of the National Taxpayers Union (NTU)

National Taxpayers Union (NTU) Executive Vice President Brandon Arnold:

, We are heading into a recession. The real question is not whether it will happen, but how serious it will be. This is the same situation for Democrats in the next election. It's not about whether they lose, but how serious their losses are ..

"Obviously, these situations are very interrelated. Parliamentary Democrats And President Byden's bad economic policy turns a tough economic situation into an absolute catastrophe and appears in the November voting box. If Democrats can save positive things such as holding the Senate. It requires unforced errors and a very shallow depression by GOP candidates.

"On the other hand, Republicans need to stay focused on economic issues while avoiding major issues. There is only. "

Brandon Arnold, executive vice president of the National Taxpayers Union

Brandon Arnold, Executive of National Taxpayers Union Vice President(National Taxpayers Union)

Ari Fleischer, Former White House spokesman for George W. Bush&FoxNews Contributor:

"The Democratic Party has big problems with or without a recession, but when a recession occurs, many Democrats in safe seats are defeated. The recession is devastating to the general public, but politicians. It ’s even more devastating, especially to the people in the party. ”

Ari Fleischer, media consultant and former White House press secretary at the Centurion Club, Hertfordshire ahead of the LIV Golf Invitational Series.

Ari Fleischer, Media Consultant, Former White House Press Hart At the Centurion Club in Fordshire, before the LIV Golf Invitational Series. (Steven Paston / PA image via Getty Images)

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The comments provided to FoxNewsDigital in this article are part of a new weekend series, where strategists across the political arena were asked the same questions related to political hot topics. , The opportunity is offered to provide their perspective.

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Kyle Morris covers Fox News politics. For Twitter: @RealKyleMorris.