A poll conducted by Civiqs and released on Monday indicated that 62 percent of people believe that President Joe Biden's economy is getting worse just 29 days before the midterm elections.
Only 17% of those polled believe that Biden's economy is on the upswing. Seventeen percent of people believe that it will not change.
Seventy percent of people in Biden say that the current state of the economy is either quite bad or very terrible. Only 25 percent of people think it is excellent or decent overall.
Between January 15, 2015 and October 9, 2022, the Civiqs poll collected an average of 772,597 replies every day. The Civiqs tracking approach is able to capture changes in views held by different groups over the course of time in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. These shifts might occur suddenly or gradually, depending on the situation.
A recent survey conducted by Ipsos found that 43 percent of American citizens are concerned that the rate of inflation will continue to rise if the Democratic Party is able to retain power following the midterm elections. The same can only be said by 24 percent of Republican voters.
Voters are most concerned about the current rate of inflation. The increasing expenditures have had a significant influence on the financial situations of families in the United States. According to a survey that was sponsored by Bank of America and conducted in September, seventy-one percent of workers feel worse off financially as a result of Biden's inflation, which is an increase from the 58 percent who felt this way in February.
A survey conducted by the Heritage Foundation revealed that the average annual income of Americans has decreased by $4,200 since Vice President Joe Biden took office. According to the projections of some industry specialists, the annual cost of inflation to American families in 2022 will be $5,520.
The lagging economy caused by Biden's policies is damaging the chances of his party keeping control of the Senate. A crucial barometer for the midterm elections that will have an effect on November 8 is Vice President Biden's approval rating, which is below 50 percent in seven of the top Senate swing states, with a mean deficit of 15 points.
As a result of the direction in which the economy is heading, the general momentum appears to be in favor of the Republicans in their bid to retake control of the Senate. Either the Democrats must win back the seats of North Carolina, Ohio, Florida, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania, or they must stop the Republicans from capturing any of the five seats currently held by Democrats: Georgia, New Hampshire, Nevada, or either of the states of Arizona or Washington State.
According to the results of recent polls, the Republican Party is either tied for the lead or in the lead in the states of Nevada, Wisconsin, North Carolina, Ohio, Florida, and Georgia. Although Republicans have a chance to take the lead in the coming weeks in New Hampshire, Arizona, and Pennsylvania, it appears that Democrats now have a modest edge in those three states.
The preceding is a summary of an article that originally appeared on Breitbart.