Democ­rats sour on Bide­nomics as it fails to move the nee­dle for vot­ers

Demo­c­ra­t­ic allies are encour­ag­ing Pres­i­dent Joe Biden’s reelec­tion cam­paign to reeval­u­ate and ditch the “Bide­nomics” tagline as it fails to improve vot­er atti­tudes on the econ­o­my.
Mul­ti­ple Demo­c­ra­t­ic politi­cians sup­port­ing Biden’s bid in 2024 have expressed con­cerns over the brand­ing, accord­ing to Politi­co.
This past sum­mer, the White House and Biden’s cam­paign rolled out “Bide­nomics,” a catch­phrase to refer to a swath of eco­nom­ic poli­cies and goals. It was hoped that the slo­gan would help boost the pres­i­dent toward reelec­tion in 2024.
Peo­ple are begin­ning to feel bet­ter about the state of the econ­o­my, accord­ing to recent polling. How­ev­er, the same sur­veys indi­cate that vot­ers still don’t approve of Biden’s man­ag­ing of the econ­o­my, refus­ing to give him cred­it for eco­nom­ic improve­ment.
Nei­ther the Biden cam­paign nor the White House pro­vid­ed com­ments to the Wash­ing­ton Exam­in­er.
One Demo­c­ra­t­ic staffer con­firmed rum­blings of skep­ti­cism about the pres­i­den­t’s eco­nom­ic mes­sage to the Wash­ing­ton Exam­in­er, which the staffer not­ed ramped up after Bide­nomics was announced and the White House began pro­mot­ing it.
In a new inter­view, Con­gres­sion­al Black Cau­cus Chair­man Steven Hors­ford (D‑NV) expressed skep­ti­cism over Bide­nomics. “With all due respect to the pres­i­dent, to the White House, this is not so much about them as it is the peo­ple who are benef …