Economics comes first when choosing a president — a poll




In the United States, for a third of the electorate, economic issues are of the greatest importance when choosing a president.





This is evidenced by the results of the exit poll Edison Research, held on Tuesday, reports Reuters.

At the same time, the coronavirus COVID-19, which this year affected more than 9.4 million people in the United States and killed more than 230 thousand Americans, only two out of 10 people named the most important problem.

Racial inequality also worries only two in 10 voters, with the rest being the most important crime-fighting and safety and health policies.

According to an exit poll, only a fraction of voters believes it is more important to contain the coronavirus, even if it harms the economy.

Four out of 10 people think the country's efforts to contain the coronavirus are producing “very bad” results.





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