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2017 Poll: 72 Percent of Americans 'Hopeful' About Upcoming Year

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By    |   Tuesday, 27 Dec 2016 03:49 PM

Seventy-two percent of Americans are feeling positive about 2017, according to a Morning Consult poll.

The poll asked voters to describe their feelings about the upcoming year.

  • Hopeful: 72 percent.
  • Optimistic: 61 percent.
  • Excited: 51 percent.
  • Anxious: 50 percent.

Almost half of the voters were measured in their optimism:

  • Peaceful: 49 percent.
  • Joyful: 47 percent.
  • Relaxed: 46 percent.

Smaller amounts were less positive:

  • Pessimistic: 27 percent.
  • Confused: 26 percent.
  • Indifferent: 25 percent.
  • Helpless: 25 percent.
  • Sad: 23 percent.

Almost one-fifth of those who took the poll, 19 percent, reported they were "angry" about the incoming year.

The poll was conducted among 1,562 adults in the U.S. from Dec. 16 through Dec. 19.

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