4% of Voters Say Biden’s Economy Is ‘Excellent,’ New York Times Poll Shows

The Democrats have just been hit with more bad news from their allies in the obedient corporate media as a new poll shows voters are not impressed with President Joe Biden’s handling of the economy.

According to a New York Times/Siena poll, only four percent of voters believe Biden’s economy is “excellent.”

Meanwhile, 52 percent of Americans say Biden’s economy is “poor,” the poll published Saturday shows.

The survey asked respondents:

“Thinking about the nation’s economy, how would you rate economic conditions today?”

Their responses were:

  • 4 percent said “excellent”
  • 17 percent said “good”
  • 27 percent said “only fair”
  • 52 percent said “poor”

In addition, a strong majority of voters believe Biden’s America is on the wrong track.

Voters are instead looking more fondly at President Donald Trump’s presidency, the poll found.

Regarding America’s direction under Biden, voters responded:

  • Right track: 25 percent
  • Wrong direction: 64 percent
  • Don’t know/Refused: 11 percent

The poll sampled 1,059 registered voters from April 7-11.

The polling has a 3.7-point margin of error.

Interestingly, the respondents had a slight bias that should have benefited Biden.

43 percent of respondents voted for Biden in 2020, while only 36 percent voted for Trump.

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The poll comes after voters voiced concerns about Biden and his economy on an MSNBC panel last week.

On MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” anchor Mika Brzezinski aired a clip of undecided voters speaking about Biden’s “disastrous” economy.

“I feel like he doesn’t even take accountability at all with what’s going on, not even accountability,” Gigi from Pennsylvania said.

“He’s in denial that it’s happening.”

Omar from Michigan agreed with Gigi.

“Biden needs to hear the people because when he’s talking about the economy doing stellar, he’s talking about the stock market,” he said.

“He’s not looking at joblessness, not talking about how much it costs to go to the grocery store.”

“And he’s gaslighting literally everyone in the process,” Omar added.

“The interest rate is so high right now, and I know they’re trying to cut the inflation down, but like, if nobody is building, no businesses are really coming to Pennsylvania right now to keep us moving forward,” Virginia from Pennsylvania added.

During the panel, the moderator asked the voters whether Biden or Trump would improve the economy.

By a show of hands, all eight undecideds chose Trump.

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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