67% of Americans "disapprove" of Biden's handling of the economy | MCU Times

67% of Americans “disapprove” of Biden’s handling of the economy

A CBS / YouGov poll released on November 21 shows that Americans are feeling the effects of President Joe Biden’s struggling economy.

The vote registered Biden’s overall job approval rating of 44 percent, as the majority of respondents reject Biden’s performance of 56 percent. 80 percent of Democrats approve of Biden’s handling of the presidency, while only five percent of Republicans approve of it. Of independents, 39 percent agree with the president’s performance and 61 percent reject it.

The survey reveals that 39 percent of respondents approve of Biden’s handling of the economy, while 61 percent of participants reject. 73 percent of Democrats approve of Biden’s handling of the economy, while only six percent of Republicans approve of it. In terms of independents, 32 percent approve of the president’s job on the economy, and 68 percent reject.

CBS / YouGov

CBS / YouGov

Four percent of respondents rated “the state of the national economy today” as “very good.” Twenty-six percent rated the state of the national economy as “pretty good,” while 33 percent said it was “pretty bad.” Thirty-one percent described it as “very bad,” and six percent were “not sure.”

Looking at Biden’s handling of inflation, 33 percent of total respondents approve, and 67 percent reject. In addition, 62 percent of Democrats agree with the president’s approach to inflation, while 38 percent reject it. Conversely, five percent of Republicans approve of Biden’s handling of inflation, and 95 percent reject it. As many as 72 percent of independents reported disapproval of Biden’s handling of inflation.

The poll also surveyed participants on how they “feel things are going in America.” Only 30 percent categorized that things were going well, with four percent responding that things were going “very well,” and 26 percent reported that things were going “somewhat well.” Seventy percent of respondents said it was going badly. Of those, 37 percent said it was going “something bad” and 33 percent said it was going “very bad”.

82 percent of respondents report that items they typically buy while shopping “cost more than they did not long ago,” and 64 percent said items they typically buy “are often out of stock. ” Fifty-five percent of expressed items they normally order “take longer to be delivered to” them.

CBS / YouGov

CBS / YouGov

Americans also appear to be cutting spending, according to the poll. 75 percent of respondents said they “Order or go out to eat less often, “and 78 percent said they have”Cut back on Christmas gift shopping. Seventy-one percent reported that they “scale down on holiday parties and parties.” Eighty percent said they now “delay the purchase of a large ticket item,” and 79 percent said they “took fewer trips.”

The CBS / YouGov survey was conducted between the 15th and 19th. November and sampled 2,058 U.S. adult residents. The margin of error is plus or minus three percentage points.

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