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Voters' Economic Disconnect: Biden's 2024 Battleground Puzzle

Voters' Economic Disconnect: Biden's 2024 Battleground Puzzle
Voters' Economic Disconnect: Biden's 2024 Battleground Puzzle
Voters and economists seem to have wildly different views of the US economy, a disconnect that’s hurting President Joe Biden in the key states that will decide the 2024 election.

There’s new polling from The Wall Street Journal that outlines the dichotomy and the challenge it represents for Biden in particular as memories of the Donald Trump years fade.

Swing state voters, according to the Journal, are more focused on the economy and inflation than those nationwide, and they also have a dimmer view of the state of the country.

Just one-quarter of registe
    

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