Americans see inflation as the top problem facing the nation today, according to a Pew Research Centersurvey released Thursday.
Pew found in the poll that seven-in-10 Americans view inflation as a “very big problem” for the country.
The survey found 84% of Republicans and Republican-leaning independents worried most about inflation, and the concern is bipartisan: 57% of Democrats and Democrat-leaning independents rank fast-rising prices at the top, too.
The next-biggest concerns on the survey were affordable health care (55%) and violent crime (54%). About half also described gun violence and the federal budget deficit as very big problems.
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