AP-NORC poll: Low marks for Biden on economy as prices rise

  • FILE - The gasoline price board is shown at a gas station in Menlo Park, Calif., March 21, 2022. A majority of Americans say they don't blame President Joe Biden for high gasoline prices, but they're giving his economic leadership low marks amid fears of inflation and deepening pessimism about economic conditions.(AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)

  • A new AP-NORC poll finds about 7 in 10 Americans are very or extremely worried about the impact of rising gas prices, more than say that about the rising cost of groceries or housing.

WASHINGTON — A majority of Americans say they don’t blame President Joe Biden for high gasoline prices, but they’re giving his economic leadership low marks amid fears of inflation and deep pessimism about economic conditions.