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Joe Biden Pushes 'Bidenomics' In Lead-Up to 2024 Election Despite Economic Pessimism

With the 2024 election on the horizon, President Joe Biden has been actively promoting his economic agenda, termed “Bidenomics,” despite facing significant public skepticism over the current economic situation in the U.S..

According to a Financial Times analysis, as the election year approaches, the president is under pressure with low polls and criticism within his party. Nonetheless, Biden is moving forward, focusing on public investments and a competitive economic policy.

Biden opposes the trickle-down economics of the past 40 years and has launched a $25 million advertising campaign in key states to highlight his achievements, emphasizing reduced inflation and historically low unemployment rates. However, many voters remain unconvinced, attributing the economy’s downbeat status to the president’s policies.

The Republican National Committee has criticized ‘Bidenomics’ for hiking expenses for farmers and families, citing soaring costs of farmland and diesel. Polls indicate these attacks may be influencing public opinion, putting Biden on unstable political terrain as the election year looms.

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