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Early Primary State Voters Willing to Move Past Trump, Biden
« on: February 01, 2023, 10:27:37 pm »
Early Primary State Voters Willing to Move Past Trump, Biden
By Dallas Woodhouse
RealClear Policy
February 01, 2023

As Trump and Biden focus their attention on the early primary state of South Carolina, Palmetto State voters are thinking about the future, one that focuses on public policy solutions, not “gotcha” politics and controversies of the past. Voters are expressing a willingness to move on from both the former and current president if they can’t meet the moment with real solutions to the problems facing everyday voters.

South Carolinians are looking for concrete proposals to address inflation. 78% of SC voters are concerned with their family’s ability to pay their bills due to inflation, with nearly half (48.4%) saying they are very concerned, according to a new poll from the South Carolina Policy Council. Less than four in ten SC voters believe America on the right track, with 58% saying it is on the wrong track.

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Re: Early Primary State Voters Willing to Move Past Trump, Biden
« Reply #1 on: February 01, 2023, 11:14:32 pm »
Early Primary State Voters Willing to Move Past Trump, Biden
By Dallas Woodhouse
RealClear Policy
February 01, 2023

As Trump and Biden focus their attention on the early primary state of South Carolina, Palmetto State voters are thinking about the future, one that focuses on public policy solutions, not “gotcha” politics and controversies of the past. Voters are expressing a willingness to move on from both the former and current president if they can’t meet the moment with real solutions to the problems facing everyday voters.

South Carolinians are looking for concrete proposals to address inflation. 78% of SC voters are concerned with their family’s ability to pay their bills due to inflation, with nearly half (48.4%) saying they are very concerned, according to a new poll from the South Carolina Policy Council. Less than four in ten SC voters believe America on the right track, with 58% saying it is on the wrong track.

Early Primary State Voters Willing to Move Past Trump, Biden

I find it astounding tat only 60% have their eyes open.
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