Posts Tagged ‘Pew Research’

44% – More Optimism about the Economy

Optimism about the national economy, which sagged in 2011, has rebounded in the first two months of this year, according to a survey this month by the Pew Research Center for the People & the Press. Currently, 44% of people say they expect economic conditions to be better a year from now, up from 34% in January and 28% in December.

Moreover, more than half of people (54%) say either that the economy is already recovering (25%) or that it will recover soon (29%). Last April, 44% said a recovery was already underway or would soon occur.

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The economy is tanking in the long term, and barely holding stable in the short-term. The Republicans plan to enact more of the same policies that they’ve been doing for the last thirty years, and that has brought us to this disastrous point in history. Here’s the dirty little secret. Obama plans the same thing. He intends to supports the “Trans-Pacific Jobs Exporting, Income Redistribution” treaty. Oh yes, he will say it’s good for us and call it free trade.

Obviously, Obama is and never has been serious about jobs, although it is election time, and he has to say he does care, even if he just signed three new trade treaties that will export more jobs and redistribute more income to the rich from the 99 percent. His actions show what a liar and hypocrite the president is.

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