Gallup Daily: U.S. Standard of Living
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Each result is based on a three-day rolling average
Gallup's standard of living measure reports the percentage of Americans who say their standard of living is getting better versus the percentage who say their standard of living is getting worse. Results are based on telephone interviews with approximately 500 national adults; margin of error is ±5 percentage points.
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U.S. economic confidence is at -20 for the week ending Feb. 12, improved from -25 the prior week and the best since the same week a year ago.
Americans view China -- rather than the United States -- as the world's leading economic power today by 53% to 33%, a margin similar to last year's. Americans also generally believe China will be the leading economic power in 20 years.
Top-quartile business units have 50% higher revenue/sales than those in the bottom quartile.
For every one fully engaged banking customer in Mexico, another three are indifferent or disengaged.
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