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Biden Shifting Away From ‘Bidenomics’ Talk as Public Remains Skeptical on Economy

via Forbes Breaking News
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The term “Bidenomics” has become less prominent in President Biden’s speeches, with his re-election campaign using it in subtler ways.

Mainstream media outlets have noticed this shift, with prominent Democrats and allies warning that the branding could backfire.

Polls show that a majority of U.S. voters do not like “Bidenomics.” (Trending: Greta Thunberg Caught on Video Going Full Anti-Semite)

“Folks, Bidenomics is just another way of saying ‘the American Dream,'” President Biden said in a past speech.

“In Colorado, [Biden] highlighted how Bidenomics is creating jobs and opportunities – unleashing over $7 billion in new investments across the state,” the White House posted on X.

“Whatever stories Americans are told about the strength of the economy under President Joe Biden, they are not going to be persuaded to look past the issue of their own living standards,” wrote economist James Galbraith.

The White House insists that the U.S. economy is heading in the right direction, citing robust economic data, but the higher cost of living continues to impact voters’ perception.

President Biden acknowledged that families are still enduring a rough environment.

“We know that prices are still too high for too many things, that times are still too tough for too many families,” admitted Biden Thanksgiving week.

Adding, “But we’ve made progress.”

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