Here’s how Biden’s jobs data compares with Trump’s first term

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A survey conducted by Gallup at the end of March found that 55% of Americans say they care about inflation “a great deal,” the highest level of concern recorded among all the issues listed.

The economy, health care costs and federal spending also ranked among the top issues. In fact, the only non-economic topic among the top six issues by respondents in Gallup’s poll was “crime and violence,” which was identified by 53% of Americans as a highly important problem.

With these and other, similar polls in mind, it’s not hard to see why political analysts are convinced that the state of the economy and the price of goods and services will play a major role in determining the outcome of the 2024 race.

President Biden and former President Trump (Getty Images)

As Democratic strategist James Carville once famously quipped, “It’s the economy, stupid!”

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