Just 34% think Biden has been good for America
WASHINGTON, D.C. (Texas Insider Report) — The most interesting Rasmussen Reports Polling Surveys this week find that 52% of "Likely U.S. Voters" believe Joe Biden’s presidency has been bad for the long-term success of the United States, 62% believe the economy has gotten worse since Biden became president – more than three times the 19% who think the economy has gotten better under Biden – and a whopping 83% say the nation's escalating level of violent crime will be an important issue in November's Congressional Mid-Term Elections.
Biden Presidency Bad for America, Say Most Voters
More than 50% of American voters say that President Joe Biden has been bad for the country’s future, and fewer than a third want him to be reelected in 2024.
- 52% of "Likely U.S. Voters" believe Biden’s presidency has been bad for the long-term success of the United States
- 34% think his presidency has been good for America’s long-term success, while
- 11% say it hasn’t made much difference
62% of Voters Say Economy Worse Under Biden
By more than a 3-to-1 margin, voters believe the U.S. economy has gotten worse since President Joe Biden took office, and a majority think either he or his Democratic allies in Congress are mostly to blame.
- 62% of Likely Voters believe the economy has gotten worse since Biden became president,
- more than three times the 19% who think its gotten better under Biden
- 16% say the economy has stayed about the same
81% Expect Crime to be Important Issue in November's Congressional Mid-Terms
Most likely U.S voters say America’s violent crime problem is getting worse, and overwhelmingly expect the issue to be important in the Congressional mid-term elections this fall.
- 61% believe the problem of violent crime in America is getting worse
- Only 11% think the crime problem is getting better, while
- 26% think the problem is staying about the same
This survey was conducted April 4th-5th, 2022. (To see survey question wording, click here.)
The margin of error for each of the polls in this article is +/- 3%, each survey was of 1,000 "Likely U.S. Voters," and has a 95% level of confidence. (See methodology.) All Rasmussen Reports field work is conducted by Pulse Opinion Research, LLC.