Biden’s inflation leaves families Building Back Broke

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While Team Biden may have led you to believe that economic problems like inflation are “upper class problems,” everyday Americans are acutely aware that this is actually a very real problem. Them,

Gallup Poll Report that 45 percent of Americans say that recent price increases have caused financial hardship to their families; 35 percent call the pain “moderate” while 10 percent find it “severe.”

Naturally, low-income households are more likely to burn out: 71 percent of households earning less than $40,000 a year say a recent price increase caused their family financial hardship. given, versus 47 percent in middle-income households and 29 percent in high-income households.

Yet the pain is not going away soon. Fed Chair Jerome Powell and Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen both acknowledged that the time has come to retire the word “transient” to describe inflation. Powell told Congress, “The factors that pushed inflation upwards will remain in place for the next year.” at least.

Economists surveyed by the National Association for Business Economics, meanwhile, predict prices Will grow 6 percent year-on-year in the fourth quarter. And that inflation will remain above 2 percent for the next three years.

President Joe Biden Can Forget Build Back Better – He’s About to Build Back Broke.


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