December 8, 2021
Voters Pessimistic About Economy, Biden’s Leadership
Aaron Zitner, Wall Street Journal [via opiniontoday.com]
Voters are heading into the midterm election year in a sour mood, pessimistic about the economy and short on confidence in the leadership of President Biden and his party on the issues that concern them most, a new Wall Street Journal poll finds. The survey reveals a set of danger signs for the Democratic Party as it prepares to defend narrow majorities in the House and Senate. Voters by a large margin see economic and fiscal issues, including inflation, as the top priorities for Washington, and they view the GOP as better able to handle them.
U.S. Economic Optimism Bounces From Covid-Era Low
Jed Graham, Investor’s Business Daily
Optimism about the U.S. economy registered its biggest bounce in more than a year in December, after sinking to Covid-era lows a month earlier, the new IBD/TIPP Poll finds.
Most Americans have heard of the Omicron variant, few are very familiar