2021 was not an easy year for Joe Biden. The emergence of COVID-19, inflation, and shortages of many products have dented the popularity of the President of the United States.
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The latter will have to turn the tide in time for the midterm elections scheduled for November 8. All House seats and 34 out of 100 will be at stake, and that test is usually tough for the ruling president.
Joe Biden can count on low inflation and sustainable economic growth to help the Democratic Party get back on its feet in voting intentions.
Bitter note for Joe Biden. More than half of Americans hold it responsible for shortages of many goods, inflation and the resurgence of COVID-19.
Meanwhile, Donald Trump continues to show his influence among Republicans. The former president is increasing his support for candidates running in the 2020 elections like him.
If many of them are elected during the midterm elections, Donald Trump may take the opportunity to try his luck again in the 2024 election.
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