News

Fox ballot: Majority of voters imagine the nation goes within the mistaken course

According to a According to Fox News and the Associated Press poll, 63 percent of American voters believe the country is going in the wrong direction. 28 percent of the respondents said that the economy was the most important factor in their decision. 57 percent said it was very important.

Thoughts about the economic downturn are more divided. Six percent of the respondents said that the economy is in “excellent” condition. 60 percent said it was “not so good” or in “bad” condition. Only five percent of respondents said they felt “enthusiastic” about the United States government. 38 percent said they were “dissatisfied” with the United States government. 35 percent said they felt “angry”.

The survey found that 19 percent of respondents had lost someone to the coronavirus pandemic. In addition, 41 percent said the federal government’s Covid-19 response was the most important factor in their decision. 44 percent said it was important. A majority of respondents said they missed an event due to economic stagnation as a result of the virus.

Previously, Fox News polls showed that a majority of voters supported important parts of Biden’s agenda. For example, 72 percent support expanding access to health care, a key element of Biden’s plans. Most Americans also support pioneering Roe v. Abortion Rights Legislation. Leaving Wade intact, contrary to what Conservatives believe possible in light of the Supreme Court nomination of Amy Coney Barrett.

Alan is a New York based writer, editor, and news junkie.

Related Articles