Florida voters are far more concerned with inflation and rising costs than they are about any other issue affecting the Sunshine State — including immigration and gun violence, according to new polling data from James Madison Institute.
They also overwhelmingly believe Congress should prioritize passing regulatory measures to curb inflation instead of focusing on controlling America’s biggest tech companies.
Those two issues, inflation and tech regulation, aren’t separate issues in the minds of most Florida voters, pollsters found. Rather, Floridians believe bipartisan efforts in Washington to pass federal antitrust legislation — including the American Innovation and Choice Online Act and the
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