US voters fret about democracy, polarization before election

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The Associated Press

American voters are fractured politically and culturally ahead of Election Day, and they are anxious about where their country is heading – on inflation, abortion, immigration, crime, and much more.

They also sense something more fundamental at stake at a time of rising mistrust of institutions and each other: the future of democracy.

Some Americans remain hopeful, but a fretful outlook emerges from interviews with more than two dozen Democratic, Republican and unaffiliated voters before Tuesday’s midterm elections – the first since followers of former President Donald Trump tried to halt the certification of President Joe Biden’s 2020 victory.

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11/7/2022 4:26:26 PM (GMT -6:00)

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