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Inflation: Washington is Blind to Main Street's Biggest Concern

• The Daily Bell
 It follows then that most believe that the deciding factor in the presidential race will be the ability of each candidate to convince the public that his policies will create jobs. It seems that everyone got this memo...except the voters.

According to the results of a Fox News poll released last week (a random telephone sample of more than 1,200 registered voters) 41 % identified "inflation" as "the biggest economic problem they faced." This is nearly double the 24% that named "unemployment" as their chief concern. For further comparison, 19% identified "taxes" and 7% "the housing market" as their primary concern.

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