By the Numbers: How the economy could impact the 2020 vote

Voters who prioritize the economy skew wealthier, more educated, white or Hispanic, and Republican, a new analysis shows.
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We now take a look by the numbers and how our economy might impact the 20/20 presidential race. An analysis by 538 found that voters who prioritize the economy tend to skew wealthier more educated white or Hispanic and Republicans. In the last three presidential elections Americans have named the economy as their top concern. According to the American national election studies in early polls for 20/20 find out for now between 20%. And 33% of all voters say the economy is their top issue. Wealthier Americans are more likely to say that would 13% of Americans making more than 100000 dollars. Same day for our ties the economy when casting a ballot in 2016. Vs 10% of those in the lowest economic ground in that division was wider in 2008 and 112. The economy was rated the top issue for 13% of college educated Americans verses 9% without a college degree and when he sixteen. 12% of white voters rated the economy as their top priority and when he sixteen verses 6% of black voters who sent the same.

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