Over 40% of vot­ers believe they’re worse off finan­cial­ly under Biden in 37 year high: Poll

While Pres­i­dent Joe Biden con­tin­ues to tout his eco­nom­ic plan and high­light job growth rates and a decline in infla­tion, 44% of Amer­i­cans believe they are worse off finan­cial­ly under his admin­is­tra­tion.
The lat­est ABC News/Washington Post poll num­bers are the high­est in 37 years for any pres­i­dent in the ABC/Post polls. Biden’s approval rat­ing for his per­for­mance on the econ­o­my sits at 30%.
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Amer­i­cans are still large­ly skep­ti­cal of Biden’s per­for­mance, despite a jobs report show­ing employ­ment growth in August, adding 187,000 jobs last month, a rise from 157,000 jobs in July. Biden has focused his reelec­tion cam­paign on his infra­struc­ture invest­ments and cre­at­ing new cli­mate jobs. 56% dis­ap­prove of his job per­for­mance, while just 37% approve.
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For­mer Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump has more intra­party sup­port, with 54% of Repub­li­cans favor­ing him for the GOP nom­i­na­tion, while 43% would pre­fer anoth­er can­di­date. In com­par­i­son, Biden is strug­gling to gath­er sup­port in his own par­ty, with 33% of Democ­rats favor­ing him and 62% pre­fer some­one else for the nom­i­na­tion.
The sur­vey was con­duct­ed from Sept. 15 through the 20th and has a mar­gin of …