- Politico published an article that admitted Russia-Ukraine conflict is diverting attention away from Democrats’ “unpopular domestic issues.”
- The article is titled “Dems catch a break from the culture wars”
- This is a big deal because it may impact how the Biden administration responds to the conflict
A politico article made a major admission about the Russia-Ukraine Conflict – it is diverting attention from the Democrats’ “unpopular domestic issues.”
The Ukraine war is good news for Democrats because it distracts from their unpopular domestic issues, an article in Politico magazine argues.
â€œDems catch a break from the culture wars: War in Ukraine and the domestic economic fallout have given Democrats a chance to focus there instead of on other issues that dominated 2021,â€ read the headline on the lead story by David Siders and Elena Schneider in the Saturday morning layout at Politicoâ€™s website.
The article, which was about the Democratsâ€™ 2022 campaign meeting in Washington, D.C., notes that â€œ[f]or more than a year, Democrats have been on defense, with the partyâ€™s own polling clarifying its vulnerability to the GOPâ€™s â€œalarmingly potentâ€ attacks in the â€œculture wars.â€
However, the article then adds that the Ukraine war and â€œensuing economic falloutâ€ have now â€œgiven the Democrats a chance to put those matters aside and focus on an unlikely, more favorable set of issues eight months before the midterms.â€
For once, itâ€™s not banned books or transgender athletes nonstop on Americansâ€™ TVs, but foreign affairs and rising gas prices. In the past week, Bidenâ€™s public approval ratings have ticked up, and the generic ballot has improved slightly for Democrats. Democratic governors are proposing gas price relief, while the partyâ€™s campaign arms are pummeling Republicans on taxes and health care costs.
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