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Well, Joe —no one is buying your line of bull on the economy.

According to a new Wall Street Journal-NORC survey released Monday, 83-percent of respondents said the economy was “poor” or “not so good.” 35-percent of respondents say they are dissatisfied with their financial situation —the highest level in five decades.

More findings from The New York Post…

The survey found that only around a quarter, or 27%, said they believe they have a good chance of improving their living standards, which represents a 20-point drop from last year’s poll results.

Meanwhile, 46% of Americans, or nearly half, said they don’t have a good chance of changing their standards of living for the better, even though the national unemployment rate is at a near-half-century low, plummeting to 3.6%.

Despite that, about 67% of poll participants acknowledged that it would be somewhat or very easy to find a new job. 

Meanwhile, Joe is still trying to convince people that America is doing very well economically.

“The fact is America is in a stronger economic position today than just about any other country in the world. Independent experts have even projected that the U.S. economy could grow faster than China’s economy this year. That hasn’t happened since 1976.”

No one is buying it, Joe.