29% Of Americans Believe Economy Is in Depression
Recovery?… What recovery?
29% of Americans believe the US economy is in a depression.
IB Times reported:
Are the American people losing faith in the U.S. economy?
The statistics that you are about to read might surprise you. Not
everyone believes that the U.S. economy is dying (there are still
millions out there that will swallow anything that the mainstream media
tells them), but the reality is that there is a growing chunk of the
population that has completely lost faith in our leaders and in our
economic system. A brand new Gallup poll
has found that the number of Americans that believe that we are in a
“depression” is actually larger than the number of Americans that
believe that the economy is “growing”.
That is absolutely shocking because according to official government
figures, the U.S. economy is growing right now and virtually nobody in
the mainstream media or the government has used the term “depression” to
describe the economic downturn that we went through recently. In fact,
according to Gallup a total of 55% of the American people believe that
we are either in a recession or a depression right now. This is clear
evidence that the American people are losing faith in U.S. government
economic statistics and instead they are basing their opinions on what
they see in their own communities.
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