Judging by the way you think about money the Democrats may already have lost the midterms.
The new numbers show the average person worries about money six times a day. Lone Star College's Hank Lewis thinks that number might be low.
"The older you are the more you worry about it," Lewis stated.
And, if you combine inflation with the supply chain crisis and labor shortage, you get a lot of people looking for change in November.
"People who feel like they have been burned by this may vote against the President. It could flip the Senate and maybe the House, too. It all depends upon how bad people's wallets are affected by November," Lewis explained.
One more note from this poll; three in ten would give up sex in order to retire.