: Inflation and abortion top priorities for voters, exit polling finds


Inflation is the number one issue for voters in midterm elections on Tuesday, according to exit polling conducted by Edison Research for CNN and other news networks. About one-third of those surveyed listed inflation as the main issue influencing their vote, while 27% cited abortion as their top issue. The polling found a stark partisan divide between those who listed inflation and those who listed abortion as their number one issue. Nearly half of voters who supported a Republican House candidate said inflation was their top issue and about 44% of those supporting a Democratic House candidate listing abortion. Fewer than 15% of both types of voters listed another issue as their top priority.

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