The Biden administration is suffering a major setback as a new poll shows that only a small percentage of Americans trust America’s path. Stay tuned to find out what the survey reveals and how this spells trouble for the nation.
President Joe Biden took office in January 2021 with a pledge to unite America and steer the country onto a path of prosperity and progress. However, a newly released poll shows that only 22% of Americans believe America is headed in the right direction under his administration.
This figure marks a six-point drop from January of this year highlighting the growing frustration of the American public with the current state of affairs. The survey, which covered all 50 states and Washington, D.C., analyzed the attitudes of voters towards the Biden administration, its policies and the country’s overall direction.
The survey reveals that while fewer Americans say the nation is headed in an increasingly right direction, 68 percent say it is headed in the wrong direction, up six points since January. This points to a growing dissatisfaction with the Biden administration and its policies.
Two major political events have occurred since January, the nation suffered a banking crisis, and former President Donald Trump was indicted by a far-left district attorney from Manhattan.
The banking crisis was caused, in part, by sharp interest rate hikes to tamp down Biden’s inflation. The Federal Reserve continued to increase interest rates in March to tamp down inflation. This was a decision subject to speculation by financial experts, as the central bank weighed reducing soaring inflation and banking system stability.
Biden’s 40-year-high inflation, on average, cost American households an extra $5,200 last year, or $433 per month, according to Bloomberg.
Ninety percent of voters are worried about Biden’s soaring inflation, the top concern among those sampled in a March Fox News poll. Overall, 70 percent of Americans feel financially stressed in Biden’s America, a CNBC Your Money Financial Confidence survey revealed Tuesday.
A recent survey from YouGov/Yahoo found that most Americans do not think the New York grand jury’s actions will have a negative effect on Trump. Meanwhile, the former president took the lead over Biden in a hypothetical general election match-up after the indictment.
This spells trouble for the Biden administration, as the public sees the plight of the former President as a more urgent concern than the state of the country.
This poll may reveal that the Biden administration is losing the trust of the American public, but the real problem is that the majority of us have never trusted him since the beginning. Many of us knew it even Trump tried to warn everyone that if he was elected this would be our fate. Yet, here we are a complete national embarrassment with a year and a half to go.
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