The economy is doing well…
“The economy, stupid” phrase can be traced back to James Carville, who was a strategist for Bill Clinton’s successful 1992 presidential bid. The story goes that Carville posted a sign around campaign headquarters with three phrases, and the economy one was the most memorable.
Carville was right, though: Most Americans of voting age care deeply about their finances. The global factors of the economy have a broad impact on so many facets of our lives, including our wages, our employment status and our savings/retirement accounts.
It’s Still the Economy, Stupid (Not Critical Race Theory or Trans Bathrooms)
One of the hardest political lessons to learn is that pocketbook issues are the main driving force of electoral successes and failures.
-The economy is on the cusp of a major boom and economists believe it could last