CNN Admits Polling Numbers on Biden’s Economy Are ‘Awful’
'Feelings about the economy are the worst they have been in a decade'
CNN's Harry Enten has admitted that polling numbers regarding the U.S. economy under President Joe Biden are “awful.”
During an interview, Ana Caberea asked:
"New CNN polling finds feelings about the economy are the worst they have been in a decade."
"Harry, according to this latest poll, most Americans are not happy about the economic state of things. Fill us in."
Harry Enten responded:
"On the chyron they have dismal, I was going to use awful.
"Essentially, if you ask Americans how they view the economy — is it poor or good — look at the percentage who say poor at this time," he said.
"It’s north of 70 percent. 77 percent say bad," Enten admitted.
"Just 23 percent say good."
"You need to go back all the way to 2012 to see numbers that bad, and it’s not much of a surprise if you ask folks what’s the most important problem facing the country right now?"
"What is the top issue? The economy."
The news comes as Democrats have admitted Biden is unprepared for the midterms.
Last week, Biden pivoted from focusing on Russia’s invasion of Ukraine to domestic crises such as 40-year-high inflation and the southern border invasion.
Democrat-allied media have warned the president the struggling nation is ripe for Republicans to reclaim both chambers of Congress.
Biden’s campaign pollster has indicated the political environment is the worst he has seen in 30 years.
Refocusing on domestic failures, Biden has made several visits to cities throughout the nation to blame his lack of success on Republicans.
The lack of planning and coordination with Democrat stakeholders occurs because the White House is "too disorganized."
“But it’s an effort some in the party say is long overdue, and despite Biden’s ramped-up efforts, there is no finalized, comprehensive strategy for the midterms inside the White House,” the Washington Post reported.
“There’s no overarching document that outlines the president’s involvement in key races, nor a set message that will carry the party through November.”