Racial economic anomalies are a major issue for voters in America

Economic problems and racial disharmony are top issues for voters in the United States, while only a third of voters view covid-19 as a major issue.

In a poll by CNN News Channel, 34 percent of voters viewed the economy as a major problem. At the same time, 21 percent named racial disharmony as the main problem, while only 18 percent named the coronavirus epidemic as the main problem.
It is noteworthy that America has been hit hard by covid-19 and is the number one case of infection and death. At the same time, 11 percent of voters identified crime, security and health policy as the main issue.

These figures were obtained through a telephone survey of 4,919 voters and a survey of 7,774 voters in 115 locations.