Are we ever going to get a break?
If it’s not the Democrats manipulating the China Virus pandemic to exact the greatest violation of basic liberties, it’s the Democrats implementing economic policies that have always and will always result in a total economic recession.
Day in and day out we’re slapped over the heads with the brutal reality of living in Biden’s America.
Everything is more expensive, nothing is efficient, and everyone is going completely insane.
According to a Quinnipiac University poll released this week, most Americans are expecting a total economic recession within a year.
The poll found that 85% of Americans think it is likely for the country to go through an economic recession in the next year. Of those who responded, 45% said it is “very likely,” and 40% said “somewhat likely” for a recession.
Only 12% said they did not think it was likely or not likely to see a recession.
That’s incredibly revealing given the fact that Biden constantly touts his economic advancements.
In fact, the poll also found that only 19% of Americans think that the nation’s economy is in good shape, while 80%said that it is not in good shape. Of those who responded to the question, 34% said “not so good,” and 46% said the economy was “poor.”
Quinnipiac noted this is the “most negative description” of the county’s economy since President Joe Biden took office last year.
When the respondents were asked about how much control the president had over the rapidly rising inflation — which has seen a 40-year high — only 29% said “a lot,” 38% said “some,” 23% said “only a little,” while ten percent said “none.”
Overall, there was 35% gave Biden a positive job approval. In comparison, 57% had an unfavorable view. This is down from the April 27 poll that showed Biden has a slightly higher 38% approval and 52% negative review.
This shows a major disconnect between what the American people truly think about Biden’s economy and what the president himself believes.
With the media on their side, the Biden administration can essentially implement any economic policy they please and the results of that policy will matter not.
Again, don’t forget, this is all by design.
Author: Nolan Sheridan