‘Americans Feel Better’ About Finances Under Biden

White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre’s insisted that Americans are feeling better about their personal finances under President Biden.

Press Briefing Causes Confusion About America’s Finances

During Monday’s press briefing, reporters questioned the press secretary about the president’s upcoming speech where he is expected to tout the value of “Bidenomics” as part of his re-election campaign. One commented that only 34% of Americans approve of the president’s handling of the economy, leading Jean-Pierre to defend Biden’s record.

“But, look, 13 million jobs, again, when you think about how Americans feel better about their personal finances, that is important. When you think about wages are going up, when you think about the really good paying, millions of good-paying jobs, union jobs that his policies are going to create, all the things are really incredibly important. So the president’s going to continue to speak to that. And that’s what we believe we’re going…that is our, you know, our priority to do,” Jean-Pierre responded.

Polls Disagree With Biden’s Jean-Pierre

Each year, Gallup polls people on this exact question. In April 2023, 55% of Americans said their personal finances were either “only fair” or “poor,” while 45% said their finances were either “excellent” or “good.” Looking toward the future, 50% say they think the situation is getting worse, while 37% say they believe it is getting better.

Surprisingly, these numbers are worse than they were when Biden took office.

Since April 2021, the proportion of Americans who say they have a good or excellent financial situation has gone down by 12 percentage points. Additionally, the proportion who say the financial situation is getting worse has gone up by 20 percentage points since 2021.

Americans Disagree With Her Too

Rep. Guy Reschenthaler, R-Pa., explained, “Prices have increased 15.5% and real wages have decreased 3.2% since President Biden took office. Americans are getting crushed because of Biden’s policies.”

Additionally, Rep. Bob Good (R-Va.) reacted, “The only people in America who feel better about their personal finances are the Biden Crime Family.”

Americans do not feel better about their personal finances now than they did in past years, according to data. In fact, they actually feel worse about their finances than they did at the worst point of the COVID-19 pandemic.

In other news regarding the press secretary, White House Deputy Press Secretary Olivia Dalton replaced Karine Jean-Pierre behind the podium in the briefing room on Tuesday for the first time, spurring rumors of her possibly replacing the press secretary.

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