A new ABC News/Washington Post poll found that four out of ten Americans say they're "worse off financially" since Joe became president. That's the highest percentage in the poll's 37-year history.

The survey also found: "By contrast, nearly two years into Trump's presidency, far fewer – 13 percent – said they'd gotten worse off; more, 25 percent, were in better shape financially."

Tonight, the so-called "Commander-in-Chief" will deliver his 2023 "State of the Union" speech and is expected to deliver the customary line: "The state of our union is strong." But, reportedly, few people actually believe that.

FOX News reports that a Monmouth University poll released yesterday found "an overwhelming majority of Americans, 73%, think the country is on the wrong track... A recent NBC News poll similarly found that 71% of Americans say the country is headed in the wrong direction."

+ + POLL: Are You Better Off Today Than You Were Two Years Ago?

Grassfire wants to know what you think? Please make your voice heard by voting in our "Joe: Better Or Worse?" QuickPoll BEFORE tonight's "State of the Union" address.

Click here or on the "YES!" image below if you're doing better than you were two years ago. Click here or on the "NO!" image below if you Joe's radical, far-left, Big Government policies have made life more difficult since January 2021.


In his 2022 State of the Union speech, Joe said: "If we are to advance liberty and justice, we need to secure our border and fix the immigration system." But according to FOX News:

(I)llegal immigration reached another an all-time high last year, with Customs and Border Protection (CBP) reporting 2,214,652 total migrant encounters in fiscal year 2022, a 41% increase from the year before. 

Joe also promised to lower inflation, saying: "Too many families are struggling to keep up with their bills." After peaking at 9.1% in June (a 41-year high), inflation is still 6.5%.

Meanwhile, prices on everyday essentials like milk and eggs keep rising. Milk currently averages $4.21 per gallon but was $3.55 two years ago. (That's a $.66 increase -- almost 19%.) The cost of a dozen eggs is 154% more today ($4.25) than in 2021 ($1.67)!

Also, today's national average for a gallon of regular gas is almost $3.46. On Trump's last day in the White House, Americans paid around $2.39 per gallon.

So, are you and your family in a better financial position after two years of Joe? Please vote "Yes!" or "No!" now.

Our staff will share the results of our one-question "Joe: Better Or Worse?" QuickPoll when it reaches 10,000 votes. After making your voice heard, please forward this message to your friends and family members. We want to know what they think, too. Thanks, in advance, for taking action tonight.

Standing for life, liberty and limited government,

The Grassfire Team

P.S. Please note that our QuickPolls are not scientific, nor are they meant to endorse a specific candidate or position. They're for informational purposes only.


Record numbers of people are worse off, a recipe for political discontent: POLL (ABC News)

Biden repeatedly fell short of promises he made in 2022 State of the Union address (FOX News)

Ahead of Biden State of the Union address, country dissatisfied with state of the union after multiple crises (FOX News)

Egg Prices By Year And Adjusted For Inflation (U.S. Inflation Calculator)

Milk Prices By Year And Adjusted For Inflation (U.S. Inflation Calculator)

Gasoline Prices Adjusted for Inflation (U.S. Inflation Calculator)

National gas prices have doubled since Biden took office (FOX Business)