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A Majority of Americans Say 2020 Election Will Be About Other Issues

Posted on November 25, 2019

Only 34% of Americans say the next presidential election will be about the economy, according to a new CNBC and Acorns Invest In You survey conducted by SurveyMonkey released Monday.

“Jobs and the economy are the most relevant things for people at the end of the day,” said Paul West, managing director at Omaha, Nebraska-based Carson Wealth. “It puts food on the table and keeps the rent paid and lights on, but this is the most emotionally charged election that we maybe have ever seen,” he said.

The financial advisor, who says he is a big believer in behavior finance and behavioral thinking in general, said the combination of a strong economy and rising impeachment headlines contributes to the current view on the 2020 election.

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