(POLL) Biden gets ‘poor’ marks on economy

President Joe Biden claims credit for record job creation, but most voters believe the economy has gotten worse.

That’s according to the latest Rasmussen Reports.

The national survey finds that 37% of likely U.S. voters rate Biden “good” or “excellent” on his handling of the economy – down from 42% in April – while a majority (51%) give him a “poor” rating. 

The White House has made “Bidenomics” the centerpiece of its message, with Biden boasting about workforce participation statistics last week in Philadelphia: “And, folks, it’s not an accident; it’s my economic plan in action. It’s Bidenomics.”

However, only 29% of voters believe the U.S. economy has gotten better in the past year, while 56% think it’s gotten worse, and 13% say the economy has stayed about the same.

Ninety-three percent (93%) believe economic issues will be important in the 2024 presidential election, including 71% who expect the economy to be “very important.”

To see survey question wording, click here.

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4 thoughts on “(POLL) Biden gets ‘poor’ marks on economy”

  1. 80 million voters made it possible for the rest of us to live under these circumstances. All because President Trump was too loud.

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