Katie Pavlich: You Don’t Need to Tell How Middle America Is Feeling When They Have More Money in Their Paychecks

‘You don’t have to tell them when they see more money in their paychecks’


PAVLICH: "It may get lost in conversation. But when it comes to how people are feeling out in middle America, the rest of the country, you don’t have to tell them when they see more money in their paychecks. You don’t have to tell them what a new job becomes available in their town because regulation has been pulled off that was previously put in during the Obama administration, for example. So while there is a lot of noise politically for the president, as we’ve seen in the past, as these controversies have popped up, his approval ratings has actually gone up in a lot of cases because people are seeing results while at the same time there is controversy here in Washington, D.C."

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