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According to a new ABC News/Washington Post poll, 41 percent of all adults say they are not “better off financially” than when Joe Biden became president, a record in the history of that poll, while Americans gave the president poor marks on other major issues ranging from Ukraine to the border.
According to ABC News, “Four in 10 Americans say they’ve gotten worse off financially since Joe Biden became president, the most in ABC News/Washington Post polls dating back 37 years,” with the outlet adding that “After Trump’s first year, just 13 percent felt worse off financially. That spiked to 35 percent under Biden a year ago, and its level now, 41 percent, is the most measured in 33 ABC/Post polls since September 1986.”
59 percent of registered voters marked that they “disapprove of the way Biden is handling the economy.”
Under Joe Biden, the country has faced record-setting high inflation which reached the height of 9.1 percent in June of 2022. Inflation’s impact is compounded by an ongoing supply chain crisis and the possibility of a recession.
By party, 72 percent of Republicans, 12 percent of Democrats, and 39 percent of Independents said they were worse off financially since Biden took office.
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