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Former Trump political adviser Roger Stone speaks during the ReAwaken America Tour held at the Spooky Nook Sports complex in Manheim, Pa., on Oct. 21. Amanda Berg for NPR hide caption

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The ReAwaken America Tour unites conservative Christians and conspiracy theorists

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Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell attends a meeting of the International Monetary and Financial Committee in Washington, DC, on Oct. 14. Powell announced another interest rate hike on Wednesday. JIM WATSON/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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The Fed orders another jumbo interest rate hike. Many are wondering what's next

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Among the findings in the latest NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll is that Democrats are losing ground on which party voters want to control Congress and inflation being the top issue — with voters saying they trust Republicans more on the issue by 20 points. Hill Street Studios/Getty Images hide caption

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Key GOP groups are more fired up to vote in midterms than Democrats, NPR poll finds

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