Poll: Majority of Voters Say Biden's Economy Crippled Their Finances

Poll: Majority of Voters Say Biden’s Economy Crippled Their Finances

A majority of voters (51 percent) believe their financial position is worse off under President Joe Biden’s economic policies, a Financial Times/Michigan Ross poll recently found.

Biden’s poor economy for Main Street is the number one issue facing voters in the 2024 election. The average Wisconsin family lost $21,981 because of the increased cost of living under Biden, the Republican National Committee estimated in May.

U.S. President Joe Biden (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

In Biden’s America, a McDonald’s Big Mac burger, a medium beverage, and a medium fry meal costs $18 in some locations, up $10 from 2018 when former President Donald Trump was in office.

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The poll found damaging results for Biden’s reelection chances:

Only 28 percent of voters said Biden’s economy helped their financial situation 71

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