71% of North Carolinians believe the country is on the wrong track; want Congress to focus on the economy and inflation
RALEIGH – A new poll conducted by Echelon Insights and released by NetChoice, a trade association committed to making the internet safe for free enterprise and free expression, found that North Carolina voters blame President Biden for soaring inflation, currently at a staggering 9.1%, and are worried that antitrust proposals like Sen. Klobuchar’s S. 2992, which is backed by President Biden, will continue to raise prices even further.
“North Carolina voters want Congress – especially Sens. Burr and Tillis to prioritize inflation and economic instability, not Beltway-born antitrust proposals that could raise prices,” said Steve DelBianco, President & CEO of NetChoice. “71% of North Carolina voters thinks our country is heading in the wrong direction, and 61% say Congress should focus on fixing the economy — the last thing Congress should be doing is spending time on legislation that only 1% of the population nationally sees as a priority.”
Nationally, the poll revealed 85% of Americans said they are at least somewhat concerned about tech antitrust proposals increasing prices and that 40% of GOP-leaning voters and 37% of Democrat-leaning voters said they are “extremely concerned” about such proposals making inflation worse…