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…
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.
Majorities view local, state, and federal taxes as too high and delivering too little value for people like them.
Sixty-two percent say democracy in the United States could be at risk depending on the results of the 2024 presidential election.
About two-thirds of the public report rising household expenses, but only about one-quarter have seen an increase in their income. Few are very or extremely confident they could pay an unexpected medical expense or have enough for money retirement.