Inflation is still the most important issue to voters, even with news reports circulating that the Supreme Court could possibly overturn Roe v. Wade, making abortion rights exclusively a state issue.
That's according to Rasmussen Reports.
The survey found that 87% of likely voters say they are at least somewhat concerned about inflation, including 60% who say they are are "very concerned." That number is little-changed since January.
More voters say they are concerned about violent crime and illegal immigration than about abortion rights.
- Eighty-three percent (83%) say they are concerned about violent crime, including 51% who are very concerned.
- Sixty-nine percent (69%) say they are concerned about illegal immigration, including 47% who are very concerned.
- Sixty-three percent (63%) say they are at least somewhat concerned about abortion rights, including 42% who are very concerned.
Democrats (58%) are much more likely than Republicans (35%) or voters not affiliated with either major party (32%) to say they are very concerned about abortion rights.
To see survey question wording, click here.