Voting: Inflation, Future of Major Democracy Issues for Virginians

(The center rectangle) – With less than a week to go before Virginia lawyers flock to Richmond for the 2023 legislative consultation,

Commonwealth residents have recognized the top issues they need lawyers to prioritize this year.

Inflation and the fate of democracy emerged as the top two priorities, according to survey results released this week by Virginia Commonwealth University.

The ballot, which surveyed 807 adult residents between December 3 and December 16, found that 37% of respondents want inflation 

rising rates on basic goods to be the top priority for attorneys during the session. by 2023, followed by 21% who said the future of democracy should be the top priority.

More than half of those polled on the ballot said they believed the issues of inflation, education and crime required specific intervention from Gov

Glenn Youngkin beyond their current level of commitment to him, and 53% said Youngkin needs deal with the urgency of these problems.

"The fallout from the vote reflects an apparent increase in disconnect or mistrust between management and the people,

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