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More Americans Believe The Country Is In A Depression Than Growing


Probably the only piece of economic news that matters today, and possibly all year, no scratch that, since the "End Of The Recession" (NBER TM) - according to Reuters: "The April 20-23 Gallup survey of 1,013 U.S. adults found that only 27 percent said the economy is growing. 29 percent said the economy is in a depression and 26 percent said it is in a recession, with another 16 percent saying it is "slowing down," Gallup said." That means that more Americans think the country is in a Depression, let alone recession, than growing.


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Yes, it is depressing

When the idiocy of the people combined with the idiocy of politicians we ended up where we are now.

Thanks for a bump -- well said

I like to say that this happens to a country when it follows the "Zimbabwe School of Economics"


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