The majority blame Biden directly for the inflation that has negatively affected them
Most Americans say inflation is negatively affecting them and blame President Biden, according to a Yahoo News/YouGov poll released this week.
More than three-quarters of Americans, 77 percent, She said Inflation affects their lives, and majorities across all party lines say the same. This includes 90 percent of Republicans, 79 percent of Independents, and 69 percent of Democrats:
In addition to nearly 8 in 10 Americans who now say inflation affects them personally (37 percent “a great deal”; 40 percent “some”), more than 6 in 10 (61 percent) say the same about a “lack of goods and services.” (17 percent “a great deal”; 44 percent “some”).
Moreover, 57 percent, overall, directly blame President Biden. The pollsters also identified inflation as the “most important issue facing America,” even more so than the Chinese coronavirus.
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These findings explain in part why the president’s overall approval rating has steadily fallen to 43 percent in recent months while his disapproval rating has risen to 52 percent — and why, for the economy, Biden’s approval rating is lower (40 percent).
Since last October, overall prices have risen 6.2 percent amid Supply chain bottlenecks and high demand for goods The fastest annual pace in more than three decades.
The survey, which was conducted November 17-19, 2021, of 1,696 adults, has a margin of error of +/- 2.6 percent.
It was “Biden hypertrophy” a destructive, staggered across the country, causing well-known companies to dramatically raise their prices. Dollar Tree, for example, raised prices by 25 percent.
“We saw a strong end to the quarter, as shoppers increasingly focus on value in this inflationary environment,” President and CEO Michael Wittinsky. She said In the current situation:
Dollar Tree pricing tests have shown widespread consumer acceptance of the new price point and excitement about the additional offerings and maximum value we will be able to provide. Accordingly, we’ve started rolling out the $1.25 price point at all Dollar Tree stores across the country.
Likewise, General Mills announce This month it will raise prices of a variety of goods by about 20 per cent, comes mid-January.
RealClearPolitics (RCP) average for Biden currently underwater, at 53.1 percent rejects and 41.6% agree.