“Ronald Reagan taught us that the age-old question voters consider during an election year is: ‘Are you better off now than you were four years ago?’ So that question begs to be asked to Americans again today. And the answer is overwhelmingly yes.”
- Over 60% say they are better off than they were three years ago — higher than the last four election cycles where an incumbent President was running.
- About 60% say they are better off financially than a year ago — tied for the all-time high last reached in 1999.
- Three in four Americans are even more optimistic about the future — the highest level in more than 40 years.
- And people are just happier — 9 in 10 are satisfied with their personal life — the highest mark in a four-decade trend.
“The work from this Administration…have made our economy stronger, wages higher, and America happier . . .”
“Democrats have tried to abide by lies to convince the media [and] the American public that they are not doing better . . . I watched when Speaker Pelosi had to have an emergency meeting on what to do with an election coming and no agenda. So they held to their old beliefs: fake the facts because the economy is flourishing.”