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Biden receives devastating blow to his economic agenda


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Joe Biden and Bidenomics are damaging this country. Just ask the Americans most affected by it.

And Biden received a devastating blow to his economic agenda.

President Biden’s job approval rating fell again in the latest CNN poll, dropping to 37%, indicating that the president’s favor is deteriorating as he fights for re-election in 2024.

According to CNN polls, Biden had approval ratings in the 50s at the start of his term, and he still had 45 percent at the start of this year.

The most recent result is down two percentage points from the beginning of the month, when it was 39 percent.

Almost two-thirds of Americans, or 63 percent, now oppose Biden.

As concerns about the economy and other issues continue to circulate, the president and his allies have mostly dismissed polls that some see as a warning sign for his reelection bid.

In the current poll, only one-third of Americans approve of Biden’s handling of the economy, down three points from October, while 67 percent disapprove.

That figure is far lower than the figures he saw in the 40s and 50s during his first year, but it is still higher than the 30 percent approval he received last summer.

Biden’s approval rating on the economy in November is the second lowest of his presidency, the poll found:

  • November 2023: 33 percent
  • October 2023: 36 percent
  • May 2023: 34 percent
  • December 2022: 36 percent
  • June 2022: 30 percent
  • December 2021: 45 percent
  • March 2021: 49 percent

Four out of ten people are concerned that the cost of living would “climb so high that they will be unable to remain in their community.”

According to the most recent poll data, only 35% approve of Biden’s approach to “helping the middle class.”

Along the campaign tour, the president and his 2024 campaign staff have been promoting “Bidenomics” and his administration’s accomplishments, though some in the party have asked him to recalibrate in reaction to some indications from the numbers.

The CNN poll, which was conducted Nov. 1-30 with 1,795 Americans, had a margin of error of 3.3 percentage points.

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