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Gallup polls released this week showed that Republicans now have the biggest lead over Democrats in 32 years when it pertains to economic growth.

53 percent of Americans said they believe the GOP will “do a better job of keeping our nation prosperous,” according to Gallup. Only 39% say they will vote for Democrats when it comes to economic problems.

For Republicans, that 14-point gap represents the biggest it has been since 1991. It’s also a big jump from the 10-point advantage Republicans had a year ago. This suggests that the Biden administration’s attempts to sell the public on the supposed benefits of “Bidenomics” have failed.

That is, the GOP’s lead in the polls hasn’t been this big since the country was still enjoying the wealth of the Reagan years.

Gallup’s most recent study shows that the economy is the most important thing to about one-third of the American people. “Government/poor leadership” is the next most important problem, with 22% of the vote. For 9% of people, immigration is the most important problem.

44% say that the GOP is better on whatever problem they think is the most important one for the U.S. 36% say they like the Democratic Party better on their most important problem. The rest say they don’t care either way.

“From the 1940s to the 1980s, Republicans sometimes had big leads on this party favor measure. However, the Republicans’ eight-point lead today is pretty unusual in light of the trend since 1992.” These anomalies include the GOP’s seven-point advantage in 2011 and its marginal advantages in 2015 and 2016, in addition to its 11-point advantage from the previous year,” according to Gallup’s research.

When it comes to national security, Republicans also have a relatively big lead over Democrats. 57% of Americans think the GOP will do a better job of keeping the country safe from terrorism and military threats, while 37% think the Democrats will. That’s the second-largest margin ever, only behind the 23-point GOP lead in 2014.

The big lead for Republicans does not, of course, mean that they will win all the electoral votes next year. A year after the GOP had a record-breaking lead in 1991, Bill Clinton beat George H.W. Bush as the Democrat nominee by focusing mostly on the economy.

Author: Steven Sinclaire

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