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Top issues in 2024 are bad for Biden, while the media and big tech run cover For America

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TOPIC: The Pressing Issues Shaping the Biden vs. Trump Electoral Showdown


MONEY LINE: 
"It's the economy, stupid. The economy is going to be the number one issue."

KEY TAKEAWAYS:
The economy, marked by rising costs and inflation, will be the pivotal issue for voters, with many feeling the financial pinch despite official positive economic indicators.The impact of immigration policies on public safety and resource allocation in cities across the U.S., not just border states, is a major voter concern.Republicans need to message, despite efforts from big tech and media, the real-life impact of illegal immigration.There's a clear divide on climate change and energy policies between the parties, with concerns about the affordability and effectiveness of aggressive climate actions.The importance of a robust foreign policy, especially in defending allies like Israel and navigating international interventions, is significant but not top-tier due to more pressing domestic issues.The erosion of traditional family structures and parental rights, especially in the context of school and transgender issues, emerges as a critical concern for many voters.Support the showFollow ForAmerica on Social:
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TOPIC: The Pressing Issues Shaping the Biden vs. Trump Electoral Showdown


MONEY LINE: 
"It's the economy, stupid. The economy is going to be the number one issue."

KEY TAKEAWAYS:
The economy, marked by rising costs and inflation, will be the pivotal issue for voters, with many feeling the financial pinch despite official positive economic indicators.The impact of immigration policies on public safety and resource allocation in cities across the U.S., not just border states, is a major voter concern.Republicans need to message, despite efforts from big tech and media, the real-life impact of illegal immigration.There's a clear divide on climate change and energy policies between the parties, with concerns about the affordability and effectiveness of aggressive climate actions.The importance of a robust foreign policy, especially in defending allies like Israel and navigating international interventions, is significant but not top-tier due to more pressing domestic issues.The erosion of traditional family structures and parental rights, especially in the context of school and transgender issues, emerges as a critical concern for many voters.Support the showFollow ForAmerica on Social:
FACEBOOK
TWITTER
INSTAGRAM
YOUTUBE

Official ForAmerica Website

12 min