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Nearly Half The Country Feels They Are Worse Off Economically Under Biden

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A Rasmussen survey has revealed that nearly half of Americans feel worse off economically compared to a year ago, with only 23 percent reporting improvement.

The survey highlights the challenges faced by the Biden administration in convincing people of the benefits of its economic policies, particularly in the context of rising inflation.

The data also reveals political and racial divides in perceptions of economic well-being, with Democrats more likely to report feeling better off and significant differences between racial groups. (Trending: Joe Biden Sets New Presidential Record)

“Thirty-nine percent of Democrats say they are better over. Just 18 percent of Republicans and 13 percent of Americans not affiliated with a major party say they are better off,” the report noted.

“There is a strong racial divide, with black Americans on one side and other minorities and whites on the other. Thirty-two percent of blacks say they are worse off than they were a year ago, versus 45 percent of whites and 55 percent of other minorities,” the report added.

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