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The Republican State Leadership Committee (RSLC), a political organization dedicated to electing Republicans to state legislative and executive positions, insists the Supreme Court’s recent ruling on abortion is not the main issue voters will carry with them to the ballot box in the upcoming midterm elections.

Speaking to Fox News Digital in an interview over the weekend, Andrew Romeo, communications director for the RSLC, outlined the group’s mission and particular focuses on state legislative races ahead of the midterm elections.

The article goes on to state the following:

Asked about the Supreme Court’s recent ruling to overturn federal protections for abortion granted in Roe v. Wade and return the issue to the states, Romeo insisted that internal findings from the RSLC suggested there will be little to no effect on the midterm elections as Americans remain laser focused on the economy.

“The reality is we found that it won’t do a whole lot,” Romeo said. “The reality is, Joe Biden and his state-allied Democrats have destroyed the economy and they’re going to be held accountable for November is races up and down the ballot. What we’re seeing is voters’ top issue is the economy. They want elected representatives at the state level that will push back on Joe Biden’s economic policies.”

“Not only is the economy the most important issue, but our findings showed that voters overwhelmingly trust Republicans on the economy,” he added.

One Twitter user posted a humorous video about the economy, attempting to find humor in a dire financial arena: housing.

Many renters are struggling to find affordable housing. For instance, in New York those who “live in rent-stabilized apartments will soon pay higher rents — 3.25 percent more on one-year leases and 5 percent more on two-year leases — the sharpest increase in nearly a decade,” the New York Times reports. “The increase comes as soaring rent costs have concerned New Yorkers for months. In May, the median rent in Manhattan reached $4,000, a record high.”

For homebuyers, the situation is also bad. Fortune reports:

According to a report on June 23 by Redfin, its Homebuyer Demand Index posted a year-over-year decline of 16%—the largest decrease in over two years—as 30-year mortgage rates neared 6%. “The market was still quite hot with lots of bidding wars, and it was still very common for homes to go above asking price,” Redfin’s chief economist Daryl Fairweather told Fortune in an interview. “But that has slowed down a lot since the Fed raised interest rates and continues to raise interest rates. It’s now almost 30% more expensive to buy a home that was just a year ago, so that’s certainly slowing down demand. Also, home sellers don’t need to participate in this market. They got record equity last year because of the increase in home values.”

All joking aside, voters appear to find the economy to be serious business according to multiple media repots. Examples follow.

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