A recent report suggests that Democrats are advising President Joe Biden to abandon “Bidenomics” due to low public approval of his economic policies.
Polling indicates that only 14 percent of voters feel they are better off under Biden’s presidency.
This advice points to internal disagreement among Democrats and reflects the challenge Biden faces in convincing voters of his economic leadership. (Trending: Photos Released Of Cocaine Found In White House)
Just 14% of Americans say they’re better off financially today than when Biden took office.
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“Perhaps the most overwhelming economic messaging advice I picked up from Democrats was for him to heave ‘Bidenomics’ into the dumpster,” Politico’s Jonathan Martin said.
The White House defines Bidenomcs with three pillars intended to cure “longstanding challenges that held America back—including rising inequality and disinvestment from communities across the country.”
“Attempting to make voters believe something they don’t is folly. Attaching your name to that strategy borders on masochistic,” Martin wrote of Biden’s economic moniker. (Trending: Court Hands Down Crucial 2nd Amendment Ruling)
“At a time when people are paying more for housing, gas, and groceries, focusing on job growth and the unemployment rate is ineffective.”
Additionally, a survey revealed that a significant portion of Americans believe Biden’s economic policies have either hurt the economy or had no impact, indicating widespread dissatisfaction.
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