Mood of the electorate worsens as perceptions about the economy deteriorate. – See more at:

Slide151August 20, 2015

By Bruce Anderson & David Coletto

Feelings about the economy weakened sharply in the last month, and for the first time in our study going back to October 2013 more people say the economy is in poor shape than say it is in good shape. Only 33% think the economy is growing, while 64% think it is shrinking. If there is a bright spot in these numbers it is that the plurality say we are in a mild, rather than a severe recession.

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