Poll: Joe Biden's Declining Economy Outpaces Raging Pandemic as Top National Concern for 2022
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Poll: Joe Biden's Declining Economy Outpaces Raging Pandemic as Top National Concern for 2022

Poll: Joe Biden's Declining Economy Outpaces Raging Pandemic as Top National Concern for 2022

President Joe Biden’s faltering economy outpaced the ever-raging Chinese coronavirus as the nation’s top concern in 2022, a Monday Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research poll revealed. While Biden’s economy has reached 40-year high inflation, only 37 percent of Americans say the virus is their top worry. Fifty-three percent said it was their top concern last year in January. Sixty-eight percent now say Biden’s sluggish economy is their top concern for the president to solve in 2022, outpacing coronavirus by 31 percentage points. When respondents were asked last year about concerns of rising inflation, only one percent were worried. Monday’s poll showed that number has grown to 14 percent. Among those who name their household finances as a top issue for Biden to solve in 2022, 24 percent named it as a top priority, while only 12 percent suggested so last year.

The catastrophic Biden economy continues to crush the 18,000,000+ million jobless Americans as Democrats and RINOs continue discussing amnesty schemes for illegal aliens. https://t.co/7UeYeGu4O8 — Breitbart News (@BreitbartNews) April 2, 2021 BiDEN'S AMERICA: As inflation soars in the Biden economy, working class Americans are struggling to be able to pay for groceries. So, naturally, China Joe has big plans for them. https://t.co/ZIB3FDBIGG — Breitbart News (@BreitbartNews) October 4, 2021 CNN reported Friday the White House is growing baffled over the CDC’s disconnect “between an inherently political operation and one driven by public health experts.” “They make insular decisions with the agency — or even within a small group within the agency — and then wait until the last minute to tell everyone it’s coming, so they rush it out without getting reasonable feedback from people who could help address real issues,” a Biden White House official told CNN. Follow Wendell Husebø on Twitter @WendellHusebø.

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