Political commentator and best-selling author Dick Morris told Newsmax Saturday that inflation woes are becoming a “bigger and bigger issue” among younger voters as the midterm elections loom.
“Polling with McLaughlin & Associates shows that this is particularly potent as an issue with under 40-year-old voters,” Morris said during “Saturday Report.” “When you and I pay more for gas, it’s inconvenient. Sometimes it’s a hardship. But they can’t buy a car, and they can’t have kids; they can’t get married; they can’t move out of mom’s basement. Inflation is so impinging on their ability to start their lives that voters in their 20s and 30s are reacting horribly against inflation. It’s overwhelmingly the biggest issue for them.”
The poll to which Morris referred was conducted with 1,000 likely voters between Sept. 17-22 and did not report a margin of error for the survey.
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