According to a recent poll, the majority of voters say Democrats ran the economy "straight into the ground."
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Rasmussen Reports released a report this week asking likely U.S. voters about the United States economy and who was responsible for running "it straight into the ground."

If you only get your news from the mainstream media, you might be surprised by the results since the Biden administration has denied the United States is in a recession and tried to change the definition of what a recession is.

And the media has been running defense for the new definition:

However, it looks like voters are not as stupid as the elites want to believe. Rasmussen's poll shows that 62% of voters believe the U.S. is in a recession. That 62% breaks down as 89% of Republicans, 57% of the moderates, and 47% of Democrats. Those numbers hold up among every racial group too with 62% of whites, 53% of blacks, and 67% of other minorities believing the United States is in a recession.

In terms of who caused the recession, 59% of voters blame the Democrats.

The question asked in the survey regarding who is to blame incorporated a quote from Senator Mitch McConnell that said,

"Democrats inherited an economy that was primed for an historic comeback, and promptly ran it straight into the ground."

Participants were asked whether they agreed with that view or not. 85% of Republicans agreed that Democrats ran the recovery into the ground. 57% of moderates agreed. And 38% of Democrats agreed. Racial break downs were similar to those that believe the U.S. is in a recession.

None of which bodes well for the Democrats in the elections coming up in November, which cannot come soon enough in my humble opinion. I'm tired of the Build Back Broke agenda.

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