- As President Biden returns from an overseas trip marking one year since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, voters give their highest marks to date for his handling of that situation – but his rating on the most important issue to them, the economy, remains dismal.
Some 57% say they have less money in their pocket than they did a year ago. That’s up 7 points from 50% who felt that way last February. Those feeling hardest hit include Republican women (78% less money now), rural Whites (69%), Gen Xers (63%), and voters with annual income below $50,000 (62%).
- Biden’s worst job ratings continue to be on inflation, with 31% approving. And that’s a high point — approval went as low as 23% in June 2022. His ratings are also well underwater on the economy (36% approve, 62% disapprove), immigration (36-61%), guns (36-60%), and the opioid epidemic (36-56%).
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