Biden is going down. Trump is laughing.
“President Joe Biden hit a record-low approval rating of 42% in a new poll that suggests Americans’ fear of inflation is overwhelming their general optimism about the job market, which has shown continued growth in recent months,” reports Breitbart News.
Look at these dropping numbers:
And Biden’s overall job approval is 42%, that’s down one point from last month. It's been hovering in the low 40s for months and that tick down does mark its lowest point yet. pic.twitter.com/6qWcuvpo6K
— CBS News Poll (@CBSNewsPoll) April 10, 2022
CBS News reported:
Many do say the job market is good and that jobs have increased over the last year – but it’s still inflation driving views, and even those who say the job market is ok still don’t rate the economy well. Americans are basing this on personal experience: two-thirds say higher prices have been difficult or even a hardship, and now forcing many to make cutbacks.
When people say the economy is bad, it isn’t because of jobs. Just 17% give that as a reason. Negative judgments are overwhelmingly based on inflation, and gas prices.
Higher prices are leading people to say they’re making cutbacks, especially on more discretionary items like entertainment and travel. (That may, of course, have a wider impact on the economy later.) About half are cutting back on food and groceries, and this is especially the case among those with lower incomes.
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