Americans are suffering under President Joe Biden and his inability to make any improvements to the current economic crisis.
A YouGov/The Economist survey released this week found that a plurality say they are "worse off" financially than they were one year ago in President Biden’s America.
"Overall, 45 percent said they are actively 'worse off' financially than they were one year, ago, followed by 37 percent who said they are 'about the same.' Just 11 percent said they are 'better off,'" reports Breitbart News.
"This could spell trouble for Democrats as voters head to the polls in November, as most identify the economy as a top issue. Specifically, 93 percent identify the economy as an important issue when deciding how to vote in the midterm elections, and of those, 64 percent said it is 'very' important. A majority of Republicans, Democrats, and independents share those sentiments. Overall, 53 percent rate the economy as 'poor,'" reported Breitbart News.
69 percent of respondents to the survey said they will either "definitely" or "probably" vote in the midterms, including a majority of independent voters.
"A YouGov/CBS News Poll found that a majority of Americans are concerned about their ability to afford 'day to day things' as gas prices remain high and the country endures 41-year high inflation," reported Breitbart News.
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