Speaker of the chamber Nancy Pelosi said on Sunday on MSNBC that she doesn’t “buy in” to the idea that voters don’t trust Democrats on the economy.

Republicans “don’t have a solution to fight inflation,” she said.

Americans in both parties showed record interest in these midterm elections, according to an NBC News poll released Sunday: 70 percent of registered voters rated their interest in the upcoming election a “9” or “10” on a 10-point scale, the poll said — the highest NBC has recorded in a midterm poll this time of year.

Republicans showed more enthusiasm, with 78 percent showing strong interest, compared to 69 percent of Democrats.

In the ABC poll, Republicans were within a margin of error on immigration, with 35 percent of Americans saying they trust them more, compared to 32 percent who preferred Democrats.

The president’s party typically loses congressional seats in midterm elections, although some polls have shown Democrats closing in on the Republican lead early in the cycle, especially in the summer.

The ABC News/Ipsos poll was conducted Oct. 21-22 in English and Spanish among a random national sample of 686 adults. It had a sampling error of plus or minus 4 percentage points.

The NBC News poll was conducted among 1,000 registered voters Oct. 14-18. The total sampling error was 3.1 points, and the sampling error among possible voters was plus or minus 3.47 points.