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32 Percent of Americans Believe Economy Is Improving

32 Percent of Americans Believe Economy Is Improving

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Thirty-two percent (32 percent) of American adults believe the U.S. economy is getting better while 26 Percent say it is getting worse. The rest aren’t seeing much change in either direction.

The latest Job Creators Network/ScottRasmussen.com Weekly Pulse survey also shows that partisan politics plays a huge role in perceptions of the economy. Republicans, by a 63percent to 9 percent margin, tend to believe the economy is getting better. Democrats, by a 38 percent to 12 percent margin, think it is getting worse. Independent voters are more evenly divided — 30 percent say better and 26 percent worse.

On a personal level, 51 percent of Americans rate their own finances as good or excellent. And by a 32 percent to 18 percent margin, they tend to believe their own finances are getting better rather than worse. When you ask about their personal finances, Republicans, Democrats, and independent voters are all more likely to say things are getting better rather than worse.

Each weekday, Scott Rasmussen’s Number of the Day explores interesting and newsworthy topics at the intersection of culture, politics, and technology. Columns published on Ballotpedia reflect the views of the author.

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