ECON­OMY WOR­RIES NOT QUITE SO ACUTE

The Washington Times Daily - - NATION -

“Amer­i­cans’ con­cern about the econ­omy low­est since Great Re­ces­sion. Fewer than one in five (19 per­cent) U.S. adults now cite an eco­nomic is­sue as the most im­por­tant prob­lem fac­ing the coun­try, down slightly from 21 per­cent last month,” re­ports Gallup.

The poll­ster notes that econ­omy-re­lated con­cerns were cited by 17 per­cent back in July 2007, then shot up to 86 per­cent in late 2008 when the re­ces­sion took hold.

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