U.S. Economic Confidence Index (Quarterly)
|Economic Confidence Index|
Each result is based on a quarterly aggregate
Gallup's Economic Confidence Index is based on the combined responses to two questions, the first asking Americans to rate economic conditions in this country today, and second, whether they think economic conditions in the country as a whole are getting better or getting worse. Quarterly results are based on telephone interviews with approximately 45,000 national adults; margin of error is ±1 percentage point.
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