Biden Approval Soars to 44 Percent

Well, all of Joe Biden’s giveaways have had the desired effect.

The latest Gallup poll is out and Joe Biden got a significant boost.

His approval rating has soared to 44 percent.


In the July poll, Biden was sitting at 38 percent, so this six-point move is pretty significant.

We should note, however, that his disapproval rating is sitting at 53 percent.

The point is that Biden only seems to be swaying those that were undecided.

In terms of year-to-year, Biden is still five points below where he was last August when he polled at 49 percent, which was the beginning of the real swoon.

The problem is that the people being swayed are doing nothing more than reading headlines.

For instance, Biden got a big boost when he signed the Inflation Reduction Act, a $740 billion spending package that does nothing to reduce inflation.

When you add in the current student loan shift, Biden has spent more than $1.2 trillion in a month.

My guess is people will realize they had the wool pulled over their eyes when we slip into a recession and the IRS comes knocking on their door, but that will not be until after the election, so Biden could care less.

Source: Just the News

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But the numbers don’t lie.

Inflation is up 14.4% since Biden took office.

And all the president can offer are more lies.

Inflation ⬆️ more than expected.

Overall CPI: +6.4% y/y
Fuel Oil: +27.7%
Electricity: +11.9%
Groceries: +11.3%
Chicken +10.5%
Milk: +11%
Eggs: +70.1%
Bread: +14.9%
Potatoes: +12.4%
Baby Food: +10%
Airline Fares: +25.6%
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That's a wages recession for American workers.

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