A SOTU watcher’s flash poll by CNN found that Biden’s speech was a huge hit.
CNN’s video on flash voting:
CNN flash poll #SOTU Watchers have found that Biden’s speech was a resounding success. pic.twitter.com/vueUWydtIK
— Sarah Reese Jones (@PoliticusSarah) February 8, 2023
Again, this is a poll of speech watchers, and an audience that is overall more Democrat-friendly than the whole country because it’s a Democratic president. But when people were asked whether Biden’s policies would move the country in the right direction or the wrong, 71% said they would move the country in the right direction. . But I’d like to compare that 71% of her to what people thought before the speech. Watch and hear from those who thought his policies would move the country in the right direction. Prior to the speech, he said that his 52% of watchers believed Biden’s policies would go in the right direction, which later rose to his 71% of watchers in the speech. We see something similar about economic policy, especially Anderson.
In other words, 66% of Speech Watchers say Biden’s economic policies are moving the country in the right direction. But after the speech it rose to 66%. That’s exactly what the White House is looking for on the eve of a president likely to announce his re-election campaign.
Biden scored nearly 20 points on the question of whether his policies are moving the country in the right direction, and the president scored 16 on economic policies.
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President Biden’s speech caused a great response. Before his speech, polls showed Americans didn’t know much about Biden’s economic performance. I have come to support.
The difference is that Biden had an uninterrupted conversation with Americans without media filtering. If Americans understand what Biden is doing, they like it.
This is all great news for the President and Democrats, and a huge red flag for Republicans who think they can take back the White House in 2024.
Jason is the editor-in-chief. He is also a White House press pool and a congressional correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a BA in Political Science. His graduate work focused on public policy with a specialization in the social reform movement.
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