None of those directly, no, but if you're saying that Republican policies haven't damaged the economy, caused inflation, or barred someone from being employed, then we live in different dimensions.None of the GOP stances you mention will damage the economy, cause inflation, or bar someone from being employed because they refused to put something in their body.
They're easy to look past when they're mostly just opinions that have little to no consequence or connection to reality. Identity politics makes a nice story on MSNBC but doesn't matter to a voter who prioritizes policy over keeping up appearances. Nor do Identity politics stereotypes play out consistently in real life when you talk to real people.
Also, when it comes to voting in local elections, candidates vary from their party views, so you can't simply say 'well they have an R by their name so they're a homophobe' or 'they have a D by their name so they're in favor of killing babies after they're born.'
My state of VA was exactly the opposite, where nobody thought it would ever be red again. However, while dems continued to beat the Identity politics drum, people didn't like the direction of our education system or the treatment of parents in schools. They were tired of being locked down for Covid and didn't want vaccine and mask mandates. Dems lost on policy, after they'd won for years on Identity politics.
And don't give me your BS about "identity politics." Today's GOP lives and dies on identity politics, scaring Karens about gays and immigrants. Jesus Effing Christ, Florida passed a "don't say gay" law. Fox News essentially runs on identity politics 24/7/365.
As for Covid, it was the right that made it political. It should have been some easy decisions based on sound scientific advice, the right made it all about their feelings.