Epluribus LLC, creators of the MOXY™ - the non-partisan citizen empowerment platform – published an eye-popping report in advance of the pivotal midterm election season. The study measured the sentiment of 1,750 American residents nationwide, carefully stratified by geographic region, age group, ethnicity/race, gender and party affiliation. Answers to rarely asked questions on issues, voter participation, confidence in politicians and campaign contributions paint a clear picture of the upcoming contest to win party control in November.
According to Epluribus Founder & CEO César M Melgoza, “meticulous measurement efforts helped us reveal voter distinctions that will enable both incumbents and challengers to sharpen their campaign platform ahead of the elections.”
Notable Highlights Include:
Americans overall rate the economy, jobs, inflation and health care expenses as their most important issues.
Republicans see a greater level of importance in cost of living, inflation and immigration control.
Democrats are more concerned about COVID-19/pandemic management and climate/environment.
Independent voters rank the economy/jobs, health care/insurance costs and inflation/cost of living most important.
Black voters find civil rights/better race relations more important than other voter groups.
Female voters tend to place a greater importance on religious freedom.
Hispanics rate climate/environment higher than other cultural sub-segments.
Among the substantial number of eligible voters who plan to abstain from the ballot box in November, their top reason is a loss of confidence in their elected representatives.
The wealth of insights gleaned from the study reveal key issues across party affiliation, age cohorts, ethnicity/race groups and other key demographic clusters. The report is available to members of the MOXY platform which is free of charge via the Apple App Store , Google Play Store, and website or you can view and download the report by visiting the Spotlight link on the home page.