Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Poll: 87% say U.S. still in recession, 51% expect recovery after 2010

Next time you hear Barack Obama or one of his sycophants tell you the recession is over, you have my permission to smack them upside the head.

From StrategyOne:
Of the 1,000 Americans surveyed by telephone over the weekend by polling firm StrategyOne, nearly 9 in 10 Americans (87%) believe the US is still in a recession and 3 in 4 (78%) disagree with economic experts that the US is no longer in a recession.

Despite increasingly positive talk from experts about the health of economy, just 1 in 4 (26%) believe the economy will recover fully by the end of 2010. Instead, the majority of Americans - 51% - believe the economy won't fully recover and be back on track until sometime until the end of 2011 - or even 2012. A frighteningly high 15% believe the economy will never fully recover.
Read more poll findings at the link below:

StrategyOne Survey: Majority of Americans Say Economic Recovery Years Away, Wholeheartedly Reject Experts' View 'the Recession Is Over'

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