Many Americans in a new survey agreed that their finances would be better with former President Donald Trump back in the White House.
The CBS News poll revealed the results in a new poll released over the weekend.
45% of Americans believed that they would be better off financially if the former president succeeds in his third bid for the White House. Another 32% said they would be financially worse off if Trump wins, and 23% said it would not change anything. https://t.co/Lgv5jIiUct
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"The new CBS News poll found that 45 percent of Americans believed that they would be better off financially if the former president succeeds in his third bid for the White House," the Hill reported.
"Another 32 percent said they would be financially worse off if Trump wins, and 23 percent said it would not change anything," it added.
CBS News poll:
If Trump Wins, More Voters Foresee Better Finances, Staying Out of War
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"Mr. Biden's Democratic base looks a little more shaky than Trump's going into next year, too, which isn't helping him," CBS News reported.
"On those financial measures, Mr. Biden hasn't fully made the case to his fellow Democrats that he'll help them financially, or address inequality — certainly not in the way Trump has convinced Republicans," it continued.
The same poll showed that respondents believed Trump would more likely keep the U.S. out of war, a growing issue as conflicts emerge in the Middle East and continue in Ukraine.
The results come as Biden continues to argue for billions of dollars of additional support to Ukraine despite growing concerns from Americans that too much support has been given already.
The news also offers an insight into what Americans think about Bidenomics, a view he has pushed that claims the economy is improving despite massive inflation.
The survey's results are concerning for Democrats but there is still a long battle until the 2024 November elections.