According to a new poll, most Americans are upset and worried about their country's economic situation.
According to the Associated Press, the Norc Public Opinion Poll (NORC) polls show that Americans' pessimism about the Washington economy has risen to 39 percent amid a decline in US President Joe Biden's popularity.
The latest CBS News poll shows that Americans are concerned about the state of their economy, especially the cost of goods and food, with 63 percent of Americans polled describing their current situation as worrying.
The survey, conducted May 18-20 among a sample of 2,041 adults across the United States, also found that 74 percent of Americans said things were "going badly" in the United States.
According to the report, the factors that have aroused the most pessimistic sentiment among Americans include the cost of living (77%), the stock market (68%) and the state of the national economy (67%).
According to the report, such fears have also raised expectations about retirement plans, with 57% of respondents being pessimistic.