POLL: 88 Percent Believe Inflation Will Get Worse Under Biden

Joe Biden has been president for barely six months and America already has an inflation problem.

According to a new poll, most Americans expect things to get even worse under Biden.

It’s hardly surprising.

The Washington Examiner reports:

Gloom: 88% fear higher inflation under Biden, bacon up 8.4%, gas 45%

Virtually all people in the United States, 88%, believe inflation is here to stay and will soar more, continuing a troubling trend under President Joe Biden.

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While the White House has given conflicting signs about the inflation potential, projections shared with Secrets from the Statista Research Department show it increasing at about 2.5% through 2024 and “tapering off” by 2026. It’s currently at about 5.4%.

And people are feeling the heat, paying 45% more for gas, 44% more for fuel oil, 5.6% more for milk, and even 8.4% more for bacon.

As a result, many are bummed out and ready to sock it to politicians. The hashtag #Bidenflation has been trending recently.

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In a new Skynova survey provided to Secrets today, 61% said that inflation will hurt them overall and especially whack the elderly, young, and middle-income families.

Few are not concerned about the impact. Skynova said that 83% are at least somewhat concerned about it.

This problem touches so many aspects of people’s daily lives.

Unfortunately, it’s probably going to get worse before it gets better.


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