Biden’s America: Almsot 90 Million Admit To Struggling To Make Ends Meet
Every day Americans are struggling under Joe Biden.
89.1 million Americans say they are struggling to make ends.
The stat is up 38.5% this year compared to 34.4% in 2022 and 26.7% in 2021.
As the economy slows while inflation and interest rates rise, nearly 90 million adults are struggling financially to provide for their families in Joe Biden’s America, according to new U.S. Census data.
The Census Bureau’s latest Household Pulse Survey showed that 89.1 million people reported it was somewhat or very difficult to pay for usual home expenses between April 26 and May 8 of this year.
That statistic increased to 38.5% of adults this year, compared to 34.4% one year ago and 26.7% during the same period in 2021.
This is more than the amount seen in the aftermath of COVID.
Americans are relying on credit cards more than ever.
Roughly two in five Americans are still struggling to make ends meet, new federal data has shown – more than the amount seen in the aftermath of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Officials found the data thanks to an experimental online survey representative of the overall adult population, and through a collaboration with several other federal entities. Developed during the pandemic, the tool also allows the exploration of data at the national, state and metro area levels.
It found more than half of 50 states are actually above the 40 percent marker, and more Americans than ever are relying on credit cards to get by – 38 months after the first US COVID case, and years after the lockdowns that saw millions lose their jobs.
The Biden administration is making life harder for everyday Americans.