Economy Ohioans Number One Concern in Presidential Election

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A new poll by the University of Akron finds that Ohioans see the economy as the top issue in this fall’s presidential election. More than half of all Democrats and Independents surveyed and nearly a third of all Republicans say economic concerns will outweigh foreign policy, domestic and social issues as they head to the ballot box this November. But one Northeast Ohio couple worries that the change in national leadership won’t come soon enough to help them.

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