(POLL) 2024 Election: Inflation ‘very important’ issue

Inflation remains a very serious problem, according to a majority of voters who expect it to impact the presidential election in  November.

That’s according to the latest Rasmussen Reports.

Eighty-three percent (83%) of voters expect the issue of inflation to be important in this year’s presidential election, including 60% who it will be “very important.”

Just 11% say inflation will not be an important issue in the election.

Ron Klain, former chief of staff for President Joe Biden, said last week that “people still feel pinched in their pocketbooks” by inflation. 

Overall, 84% of likely U.S. voters believe inflation is a serious problem, including 57% who think the problem is “very serious.”

Only 14% don’t consider inflation to be a serious problem.

These findings are nearly identical to Rasmussen’s August 2023 survey. 

To see survey question wording, click here.

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