March National Voter Trends Panel

In our March National Voter Trends Panel, VP of Polling Brock McCleary and Director of Sampling and Innovation Noah Wyhof-Rudnick deliver key insights into data shifts and what to expect during this midterm season.

Here are a few key takeaways to note:

– 57% of voters believe the country is on the wrong track with key differences in age and geography from those who disagree

– Independents are leaning towards Republicans

– Inflation is at the center of top issues for voters, with strong feelings resonating with middle-class voters, particularly women

– Economic confidence continues to decline—59% of voters believe economy is getting worse

– Younger voters are more concerned with the health impact of Covid-19 compared to the economic impact

– Majority of voters, 44%, blame Joe Biden’s energy policy and shutting down pipelines for the increase in gas prices

– 51% of Americans are more concerned about the economic impacts from Covid-19 compared to the health impact

Have any questions?

Brock McCleary – VP, Polling
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Noah Wyhof-Rudnick – Director, Sampling & Innovation
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