Concerns about the US economy remain high, but voters now rate President Joe Biden slightly better on the issue than they did last fall.
That's according to Rasmussen Reports.
The survey finds that 88% say they are concerned about the economy, including 60% who say they are "very concerned."
Another 11% say they are not concerned about the economy.
These findings are nearly unchanged since last October.
Forty-two percent (42%) of voters rate Biden "good" or "excellent" on his handling of the economy. That's up from 36% last October, while 45% now give him a "poor" rating on the issue.
Fifty percent (50%) say they believe that over the past year, the economy has gotten worse, compared to 26% who say they think it’s gotten better.
Twenty-two percent (22%) say the economy has stayed about the same over the past year.
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Gail Brosius says
The economy is not better. They're just getting used to living this way.
They always promise, “No New Taxes,”—then,
they break that PROMISE :
P. K. Ash says
I'd love to know who the devil they are "polling" & if bots might be in use......or they only poll a select group to get the answers they want. There is nothing about the state of the economy to be anywhere from apathetic or even hopeful about!! Most 401 K's are dropping like a rock; interest rates, taxes, & prices keep increasing at alarming rates & the policy setters constantly want more!! Those supposedly in the know; have repeatedly proven, they don't know diddly squat & have absolutely no solution!! The lies we hear on a daily basis change with the direction of the wind & we are supposed 'believe they have any comprehension of how the economy works?? The pollsters sure aren't polling the average "tax paying" citizen!!!
It just proves how uninformed and brainwashed people are