“Our party has a problem,” the Chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee said as she laid out the party’s plan for a “top to bottom assessment” of their campaign strategy that delivered historic losses this past Tuesday.  “We know we’re right on the issues,” Wasserman Schultz quickly added. “The American people believe in the causes we’re fighting for.”

According to Gallup, the American people polled say the “most important problem” in the nation is: Economic Problems (38); Economy in general (17); Dissatisfaction with government (16); Unemployment/Jobs (10); Healthcare (8); Immigration (7); Federal budget deficit/Federal debt (5); and Lack of money (3).