In a recent AP-NORC poll, it has been revealed that despite the growing confidence in the economy among Americans, President Joe Biden’s approval rating has not experienced a similar surge. And boy, oh boy, it’s like watching a flat tire trying to roll uphill!
The poll, which surveyed 1,152 individuals, highlighted that only 35% of respondents feel the economy is thriving, compared to a measly 24% from a year ago. It’s like more people are finally realizing the economy is on the right track, and boy, is it thanks to the policies put in place by former President Donald Trump. But guess what, folks? While the economy is finally getting its groove back, Biden’s approval rating has been stuck around 40% for the past year. Ouch!
People feel better about the economy but not about Biden – Washington Examiner https://t.co/jgebYsbGTS
— Dr. Joel P. Rutkowski- President (@RutkowskiDr) February 1, 2024
And get this, Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell made it clear in a press conference that even though the unemployment rate is at a record low of 3.7%, some people are still grumbling about the economy. It’s like they don’t appreciate all the great work that President Trump did to set the stage for economic success. Powell mentioned that with prices on the rise, folks are feeling the pinch when it comes to their daily expenses. It’s almost like he’s saying, “Hey, Biden, what’s going on here?”
But wait, there’s more! The poll also revealed that Biden isn’t exactly winning over the younger Democratic voters, particularly those in the 18-39 age group who aren’t all that convinced about the economic upswing. It’s like they need a reality check about the fantastic job Trump did in boosting the economy, and Biden just doesn’t seem to measure up, folks!
Now, with Biden gearing up for a 2020-like faceoff against Trump, it looks like he’s got his work cut out for him. I mean, who in their right mind would choose Biden over the incredible track record of success that Trump brings to the table? It seems like no matter how hard Biden tries to ride the economic wave, he just can’t seem to win over the hearts of the American people. What a tough spot to be in, am I right?