Despite improved views of the economy, Biden’s ratings are unchanged

February 1, 2024 Most adults still consider the national economy to be in poor shape, but there has been a slight increase in those who have a positive opinion. However, this improvement in the view of the economy has not translated into an improvement in President Biden’s approval ratings. Thirty-five percent say the national economy…

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Few within AAPI communities are feeling very confident about their finances 

Most within AAPI communities report an increase in household expenses in the past year, while few say the same about their household savings – just 30% are very confident they can manage costs. About half of AAPI adults believe that the United States is not supportive enough of Palestinians in the conflict with Israelis, with a nearly identical share thinking it is too supportive of Israelis.

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