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Economic Confidence Holds Steady in Oct.

U.S. Economic Sentiment Reflects Political Divide

Oct 10, 2012 6:01 PM   By Rapaport News
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Gallup's U.S. Economic Confidence Index increased slightly to negative 19 for the week ending on October 7, but remains within the range experienced most of this year. Democrats and Republicans continue to be sharply divided in their perceptions of the economy, although both improved slightly over the previous week, to 25 and negative 57, respectively. Independents continue to have net negative views of the economy at negative 24. Gallup concluded that agreement across party lines as well as improved perceptions of the current state of the economy will be crucial to moving the economic confidence reading from net negative to net positive.

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