Voters sound off on 'insane' state of economy under Biden, say he's 'listening to too many liberals'

Sulla CBS' “Affronta la nazione,” conduttrice Margaret Brennan è apparsa con a “Ascoltando l'America” focus group di elettori per discutere questioni riguardanti gli americani. Tra i sei elettori della giuria, not a single person claimed that Americans were in a better place than they were a year ago.

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All of you are saying no, even though the jobs picture is brighter, even though the direction of the economy recovery is happening,” Brennan said.

Some of the voters on Brennan’s panel blamedCovid fatica” for the unfortunate state.

They’re kind of in a lag on the science,” Independent Trump voter Beth said.

I think this whole country is suffering from Covid fatigue at this point. It has become confusing and depressing,” Biden voter Mildred commented.

Passengers wait in line inside the terminal at Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey on Nov. 24, 2021.

Passengers wait in line inside the terminal at Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey on Nov. 24, 2021. (Reuters/Eduardo Munoz)

tuttavia, Brennan then asked, “Are you all concerned about rising prices and inflation?,” to which every panelist agreed.

I go to the grocery store now—I’m paying double the amount I was paying even a few months ago. Everything’s gone up!” Mildred said.

The sentiment continued on NBC’s “Incontra la stampa” where host Chuck Todd spoke with a panel of three independent voters.

President Biden is walking a tightrope. In addition to flagging enthusiasm in the base, he faces eroding support among independents,” Todd reported.

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A shopper wears a mask as she walks through the meat products in a grocery store in Dallas on April 29, 2020.

A shopper wears a mask as she walks through the meat products in a grocery store in Dallas on April 29, 2020. (AP Photo/LM Otero)

The panel similarly criticized Biden’s performance as well as his avoidance of issues they considered more important.

‘It’s almost $ 400 just to go to the grocery store for three people. intendo, that’s insane,’ one voter said.

Leading into the argument about elections and election fairness in either direction turns me off,” Georgia voter Jonathan Lochamy said.

We got a lot of problems. We’ve got high inflation. We have supply chain issues,” fellow Georgia voter Jason Murphy commented.

I think he’s listening to too many liberals,” he later added.

These appearances followed a Thursday report from the New York Times that surveyed 14 independent voters on political issues. Opinion editor Patrick Healy wrote that Covid no longer seems to impact Americans as much as the economy.

President Biden gestures as he speaks during a news conference at the White House on Jan. 19, 2022.

President Biden gestures as he speaks during a news conference at the White House on Jan. 19, 2022. (AP Photo / Susan Walsh)

How do independent voters feel about President Biden and America after his first year in office?” Healy asked. “Mettiamola così: His weak approval ratings might go up if he pulled a Trump and just declared that America was moving on from the pandemic and he was going all in against inflation and high gas prices. Never mind about voting rights or avoiding another Jan. 6. It’s the economy, Joe.

Fox News’ Angelica Stabile contributed to this report.

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