You Vote: Is Biden properly addressing voter concerns about the country being on the wrong track?

The president told reporters that he plans to do nothing differently for the rest of his term in office.
Joe Biden at a White House post-midterm press conference, Nov. 9, 2022

President Biden said at a press conference Wednesday he plans to do "nothing" differently in the second half of his first term in the White House.

Biden's comment came in response to a question from a reporter who asked what he might do differently to address voters' concerns about the economy and the widespread sentiment that the country is generally moving in the wrong direction.

"Nothing," Biden responded. "I'm not going to change anything in any fundamental way."

Do you agree that Biden should be doing nothing to address concerns about the economy and the direction of the country? Here's your chance to weigh in:

Has President Biden properly addressed voters' concerns about the state of the economy and the sentiment that the country is moving in the wrong direction?