by John Crudele
New York Post
As voters were coming out of the polls on Tuesday, pesky reporters were asking why they voted the way they did — and what was going through their heads?
The most popular response — from 45 percent of the voters — was the economy.
Only 28 percent said their families were doing better financially.
The economy is always the major issue in an election during times like these.
So no one should have been shocked that voters took their anger out on the party that controls the White House, even though Republicans are just as much to blame for our economy’s failures.
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