Thanks, Biden! Half Of Americans Think 2021 Was The Worst Year Of Their Lives!

I can remember the disappointment many Americans had when they were not able to publically celebrate News Years Eve, 2020, an exclamation mark for a year of COVID restrictions.

Even with the 2020 elections still being contested by millions of Trump supporters at the start of the year, the overall hope for a majority of Americans was 2021 would be much better than 2020.

Well, following a year of living under Biden’s progressive policies, half of Americans are calling 2021 the “worst year of their lives so far.”

The survey of 1,000 adults — conducted by OnePoll on Dec. 13 — aimed to get an “end of year reflection” on many subjects and found that 53 percent feel 2021 has been a very unpleasant year for them. However, seven in 10 still have high hopes that 2022 will be an improvement over the previous year.

Millennials (ages 25 to 40) are the most dismissive of 2021, with 66 percent saying it was a tough year. Sixty-two percent of Gen Zers (ages 18 to 24) and 43 percent of Gen Xers (ages 41 to 56) also shared that 2021 wasn’t their best year. Meanwhile, 56 percent of boomers (ages 57+) disagreed entirely.

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Written By: Eric Thompson, host of the Eric Thompson Show. Follow Eric on his website ETTALKSHOW, and social media platforms, MAGABOOKTwellit & Twitter

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