(The Center Square) – Newly released polling shows that with a little more than one week until election day, voters are most concerned about the economy.

Gallup released the survey data, which showed that 49% of U.S. voters say the economy is “extremely important” to their vote. Abortion and crime come next, with 42% and 40% of voters saying the same about those issues, respectively.

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