"Bidenomics," a term that President Biden has repeatedly used to tout his economic achievements during his presidency, has become unpopular within a Democratic Party struggling to convince voters that life is better under Biden.
The report concerning the shift was highlighted in a report by Axios on Sunday.
— Julie Christian (@jchristian61) December 4, 2023
"House Democrats have rejected the White House's months-long campaign to sell the term 'Bidenomics,' the outlet reported, with many in House Democratic leadership stopping use of the term months ago," according to Fox News.
"'Bidenomics,' a term that President Biden has repeatedly used to tout his economic achievements during his presidency, has become unpopular within a Democratic Party struggling to convince voters that life is better under Biden," it added.
The word "Bidenomics" appears to have been dropped entirely from President Biden's comments about the economy. He hasn't used it in public remarks since Nov. 1, when he likened Bidenomics to “the American Dream” in a speech in Minnesota. https://t.co/J4ApZHX2bT
— NBC News (@NBCNews) November 30, 2023
"Now, the word 'Bidenomics' appears to have been dropped entirely from Biden's comments about the economy. He hasn't used it in public remarks since Nov. 1, when he likened Bidenomics to 'the American Dream' in a speech in Minnesota," NBC News reported.
"Biden's remarks in Colorado on Wednesday, when he talked about the Inflation Reduction Act, and he didn't mention it at a campaign reception Tuesday," it continued.
A new Gallup poll found that Pres. Biden's approval rating has dropped eight points with independents to a RECORD-LOW of 27%. Overall, Biden's approval rating remained at 37%, a tie for the lowest of his presidency.
BIDENOMICS = TANK TIME.https://t.co/ld11zChmAd
— Steve Hanke (@steve_hanke) December 2, 2023
"President Joe Biden's approval rating dropped eight points with independents in November, landing at a new low of 27 percent, Gallup has found," the Daily Mail reported.
"Pollsters called the 81-year-old's low marks 'striking,' as independents are a key group to sway in order to win a presidential election," it noted.
The news less than a year from the next presidential lesson adds to growing concerns for the president as he seeks to ramp up his campaign for 2024.
Current polls show him on track for a rematch against former President Donald Trump, with the former president gaining momentum in battleground states against Biden.
The economy remains the number one issue among most Americans, with Biden and other Democrats doing all they can to look more like winners despite generation high inflation under the Biden administration.