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Gen Z Frustration Over Bidenflation, Economy Surfaces in Polls

Infowars.com
April 3rd 2024, 1:05 pm
Gen Z is frustrated with rising prices and being unable to afford anything in the Biden economy.
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Zoomers’ discontent with Bidenomics is manifesting in polls showing members of the young age group are listing the economy as their top priority going into the 2024 election.

A recent Gallup poll highlighted by Bloomberg shows people under the age of 30, known as Gen Z, are frustrated with rising prices and being unable to afford anything in the Biden economy.

“That’s Bad for Biden,” Bloomberg declared in a headline, noting in their article, “the growing list of grievances among those between the ages 18-29 is a worrying sign for Biden as he seeks a second term.”

“People in that age cohort are more than twice as likely to cite the economy as their top concern compared with older adults in recent Gallup data,” Bloomberg reoprts. “And while all voters are more worried about the economy now than they were heading into the 2020 presidential election, the pessimism has spiked the most among those under 30.”

The younger generation’s frustration has been palpable since they air all of their grievances on social media:




While a Biden campaign spokesman told Bloomberg he’s “fighting to lower costs for young Americans — forgiving student debt, lowering health and eliminating junk fees,” Trump’s team instead offered Gen Z “a safe, prosperous, and free nation that helps all young people achieve their American Dream.”

As the Biden admin attempts to appease young voters with things like student loan debt forgiveness, the mounting costs of inflation and high interest rates are counteracting those measures, as noted by Zero Hedge:

The Biden administration understands they desperately need Gen-Z and millennial support to win in November. They are trying everything in their power to buy votes by bailing out youngsters with student debt (despite the Supreme Court ruling). 

Youngsters are coming of age in one of the worst economic periods this nation has seen in a generation. Elevated inflation is crushing household finances.

With the election cycle well underway, there are mounting risks inflation could accelerate once again, and gas prices at the pump are rising.

Bidenomics has been a colossal failure, and young people are seeing that and are furious with the elderly, senile president who should be in a retirement home. Young people are beginning to understand they might never be able to afford the average American home as that dream died a long time ago. These frustrations are showing up in the polling data. 



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