America, November 4: Epidemic biggest issue for voters in US presidential election. It is notable that this time there is a contest between Republican candidate Donald Trump and Democratic candidate Joe Biden and the vote was held on Tuesday. According to the survey ‘AP Votecast’, voters are dissatisfied with the epidemic that has been going on for eight months and the death of 2,32,000 people. Many voters polled said they were personally affected by the epidemic. Six out of 10 people polled in the Associate Press (AP) survey admitted that the country was going in the wrong direction.
Two-thirds of the voters polled said that this election is around Trump, whether in support or against them. It is noteworthy that NORC at the University of Chicago conducted this survey on more than 1,27,000 voters across the country for AP. According to the survey, 40 percent of the voters believe that the corona virus is the biggest issue facing the country while 30 percent believe that the economy and employment are the most important.
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Nearly 50 percent of the people polled said that the epidemic of corona virus in the US is not under control. At the same time, 60 percent believed that the condition of the economy is bad, while 40 percent find the economy in good or good condition. Most of the voters polled admitted that they were personally affected by the epidemic. 40 percent said that their employment or livelihood was lost due to the epidemic. 20 percent of the people surveyed said that they had lost a family member or friend in the epidemic.
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