It's been one year since President Joe Biden took office. In that time, he has seen the death rate from Coronavirus plummet, only to have 2 variants surge (although the death rate was lessened by the wide availability of the vaccine). We have seen the unemployment rate drop to new lows, with some segments of industry begging for workers and offering heretofore unseen wages and benefits.
We've also seen prices rise, due to shortages in availability of products, due to supply chain issues, due to lack of workers. Capitalism is a double-edged sword.
It's also now an election year for the U.S. House of Representatives and 1/3 of the U.S. Senate (along with countless state races). Voter turnout will be crucial for the Democrats to maintain control of both houses of Congress, which is why Republicans are trying so hard to keep people from voting, and why the Voting Rights Bill is so important. Even if both houses flip control, there won't be veto-proof majorities - it just means there will be a lot of posturing with horrific bills that won't become law. Progress will grind to a halt.