National Suburban Women Focus Group

Publication date: April 27, 2022


  1. Voters believe the government is partially to blame for inflation, and they don’t trust the government to fix the problem. Inflation is causing participants to hold off on making non-essential purchases, both large and small, including family vacations and smaller, “fun” activities.
  2. Government spending is a bridge issue that touches both inflation and welfare concerns.
  3. Voters want programs that provide a “roadmap to the middle class,” such as regulations, like work requirements, that move people off government assistance programs and into the workforce and that provide information on post-secondary education to empower future generations to succeed.