Biden los­ing sup­port with key vot­ers fol­low­ing failed attempts to thwart Supreme Court

While he ran for pres­i­dent in 2020, Joe Biden vowed to make stu­dent debt can­cel­la­tion a top pri­or­i­ty of his admin­is­tra­tion. How­ev­er, Biden has since hit sev­er­al road­blocks imped­ing progress on that front, frus­trat­ing sev­er­al young vot­ers whose sup­port would be cru­cial to the pres­i­den­t’s reelec­tion next year.
For young vot­ers between 18 and 29, their dis­ap­point­ment over Biden’s fail­ure to can­cel stu­dent loan debt has fur­ther ignit­ed their over­all neg­a­tive sen­ti­ment toward the econ­o­my at large, which has become a top elec­tion issue head­ing into the 2024 cycle. The cru­cial vot­ing bloc says they trust Repub­li­cans to han­dle the econ­o­my over Democ­rats, accord­ing to a recent sur­vey by ABC News and Ipsos, deal­ing a blow to Biden as he attempts to use his eco­nom­ic poli­cies as a key mes­sag­ing point next year.
BIDEN BUNGLES MAJOR SPENDING ANNOUNCEMENT FOR GREEN PLAN
Anoth­er poll from the Insti­tute …