Record Number of Voters are Struggling Financially under Biden


    A Harvard Harris poll has found that 56 percent of the American people believe that their financial situation has gotten worse since President Joe Biden took office. This is the most ever reported in their monthly survey according to the researchers. It won’t be the final record-breaking result, as regular gasoline prices are at $4.00 per gallon for the United States and no relief is in sight for when the country enters the summer season. About four to 9 percent of the respondents did not have a view on the metric prior to October 2021. Everybody is now taking part.

    This study regarding Americans' economic wellbeing is consistent and is in line with other findings. Only 29% of Americans believe that the nation is on the right track. These are stark partisan divides. The Democrats are not the only exception with 54% declaring that the nation is heading toward the proper direction. Only 18% of Independents are in the same agreement. The poll indicates that non-affiliated voters closely follow the opinions of Republicans on economic and cultural issues.

    10% Of Republicans along with 17% of Independents declared it was clear that they believe that the United States is heading in the right direction when asked about the direction of its economy under Biden. But 47% of Democrats are in favor of the economic results. More than the same proportion (or higher) of respondents believe that the U.S. economic system is weak. Most respondents are unhappy about their own personal situation in the coming twelve months, and 41% of respondents believe there is a recession coming within the next 12 months.

    These findings show that people are the most worried about the economy and inflation. These concerns are mentioned in 70% of those polled. The inflation rate has risen by seven percentage points to 40% within one month. Third on the list is immigration. The issues that voters rank Democrats would like to change their minds about issues like abortion, gun control, and race relations, 9th, 11th, 14th, and 26th respectively. Only 5% of voters think the 6th of January is a significant issue.

    The poll indicates that Biden's approval overall remains at 40 percent. This is similar to the averages of 14%, 30%, and 75% for Republicans in addition to Independents. Biden's approval ratings are only 56 percent for African Americans, and he is favored by just half of Hispanic voters. These are very low numbers for an incumbent Democrat president.

    Biden's approval of specific issues has fallen dramatically since the day of Inauguration 2021.

    He's only above the water with his treatment of COVID-19. It's not certain what steps are required to combat the disease. Biden's approval of this aspect was up from 42% in the month of March, when it was at a low level and he's generally stopped discussing the issue.

    The results from May revealed that Republicans are averaging +5 in their approval. Only 31% of Americans agree with the work performed by Congress, and Democrats control both chambers. The Florida Governor is much more well-liked than other notable politicians. With 6 and 3 points, Ron DeSantis (R-Fl.) as well as Tim Scott (R-S.C.). respectively have high approval ratings. Sen. Joe Manchin (D.W.Va. ) is the most well-known Democratic at 5. Only Senator. Bernie Sanders (D.Vt. ) is more successful with -1.

    The net approval rating in favor of the Speaker Nancy Pelosi stands at -22. Minority leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D.N.Y. ), tie at -15. Vice-President Kamala Harris is ranked -13 in the Executive Branch, while President Biden is ranked at -11. Formerly, the office holders and the President Donald Trump, Vice President Mike Pence, -2 respectively, were each awarded a 7.

    According to polls, potential leaders from both those of the Republican Party and President Trump are more popular than possible leadership of Democrats. Hillary Clinton continues to hint that she may be willing to assume more responsibility in 2024, as her net approval sits at 17. Trump has an approval score of +10 which is more than Clinton. Trump enjoys a greater popularity over Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell who had a net approval rating of -25 prior to the appointment of Texas senator John Cornyn who collaborated with Democrats to pass new gun laws.

    Biden's midterm performance could be a deterrent to the unpopular Democrat strategy expert James Carville. Obama's popularity has been acknowledged to cost Democrats around 1,000 seats across the nation. Biden is not popular with the public, and economic conditions are degrading rapidly. Don't underestimate the power to Biden and the GOP to make things more difficult, but there is an opportunity for a massive tsunami.


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