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Voters had enough! Can’t continue with the state of the economy under Biden

President Biden has faced a rough week after marking his first year in office. Based on the latest Sunday shows, voters from all political backgrounds have begun to notice.


Facts

On CBS’ “Face the Nation,” host Margaret Brennan appeared with a ‘Listening to America’ focus group of voters to discuss issues concerning Americans. Among the six voters on the panel.

Not a single person claimed that Americans were in a better place than they were a year ago.

Some of the voters on Brennan’s panel blamed “Covid fatigue” for the unfortunate state.

“They’re kind of in a lag on the science,” Independent Trump voter Beth said.

Details

Brennan also asked the voters, “Are you all concerned about rising prices and inflation?” 

“I go to the grocery story now-I’m paying double the amount I was paying even a few months ago. Everything’s gone up!” Mildred said.

The sentiment continued on NBC’s “Meet the Press,” where host Chuck Todd spoke with a panel of three independent voters. “President Biden is walking a tightrope. In addition to flagging enthusiasm in the base, he faces eroding support among independents,” Todd reported.

The panel similarly criticized Biden’s performance and his avoidance of issues they consider more important.

A shopper wears a mask as she walks through the meat products in a grocery store in Dallas on April 29, 2020.

“We got a lot of problems. We’ve got high inflation. We have supply chain issues,” fellow Georgia voter Jason Murphy commented. He later added, “I think he’s listening to too many liberals.”

These appearances followed a Thursday report from the New York Times that surveyed 14 independent voters on political issues. Opinion editor Patrick Healy wrote that Covid no longer seems to impact Americans as much as the economy.

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