Over half of Americans believe US is ‘on the wrong track’ – poll — Analysis

The new survey also reveals that almost 60% of voters don’t think that Joe Biden should run for president again

More than 60% Americans feel their country has a future. “off on the wrong track,”The results of a Yahoo News/YouGov poll are now available. It was carried out between September 2-6, and the results were released on Wednesday.  

Just 25% of 1,634 US adults polled believed that the US was a good place to live. “generally headed in the right direction,”While 63% said the contrary, and only 12% claimed they were uncertain. 

Even among the Democrats surveyed, less than half – 48% – are satisfied with how things are going, while just 9% of Republicans hold this view. 

When asked about Joe Biden’s performance as president, the majority of respondents stated they disapproved of how he is handling the key issues, such as the economy, race, guns, crime, climate change, abortion and healthcare-related matters. 

Biden’s general approval rating stands at 40%, while 53% disapprove of the job he is doing. Just 22% believe Biden should be running for President again in 2024. 59% disagree. 

Biden speech is ‘dangerous escalation,’ most Americans say – poll

Biden is ahead by three points in a possible 2024 matchup with Donald Trump. If the election “Today were held,” 43% would vote for the incumbent, while 40% would prefer to see the ex-president back in office. 

The survey was conducted in the wake of Biden’s speech in Philadelphia, which the majority of Americans, according to a Trafalgar Group poll, viewed as a “dangerous escalation” of political rhetoric designed to “incite conflict”The United States. Standing before Independence Hall, Biden claimed that “Democracy and equality are under attack” by Trump-led “MAGA Republicans.” 

The YouGov survey shows that Americans do not like Congress. Just 17% of Americans approve of Congress’s work, with 60% disapproving. 

The poll’s margin of error is approximately 2.6%.

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