The economy is crucial to the election. So why all the confusing jargon?
One of the most crucial things we will be deciding in the polling booths is who we want running our economy and with what economic policies behind them.
But a recent poll suggests that millions of us don’t feel we have the information we need to do so. As many as 55% of us feel the information we receive from the media about the economy during election time is not useful enough to allow us to cast our vote with confidence. Furthermore, 54% feel uncertain about what impact the economic stories we do come across will have on us.