Four in Ten Adults Say Finances Have Deteriorated Under Biden, Compared to 13% Two Years into Trump Administration

Four in 10 Americans say they’ve gotten worse off financially since Joe Biden took office, the most in ABC News/Washington Post polls dating back 37 years, Langer Research Associates reported Sunday, releasing results of its new poll.

In contrast, just 16% say they’re better off financially, results of the survey of 1,003 adults, conducted January 27-February 1, reveal.

The survey also finds that, nearly two years into President Donald Trump’s term, Americans were much more satisfied with their financial progress:


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