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For The First Time Ever, Younger Americans Are Less Optimistic Than Their Parents
04-02-2018, 06:50 PM,
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For The First Time Ever, Younger Americans Are Less Optimistic Than Their Parents
For The First Time Ever, Younger Americans Are Less Optimistic Than Their Parents

<p>Superficially, last week's University of Michigan consumer confidence report could not have been better: rising above 101, it was the highest number since 2004 (even if it was driven entirely by rising optimism from poorer households, while those in the top third have started to lose faith in Trumponomics). However, less noted among the various survey questions was one troubling finding: for the first time in history, Americans younger than 35 are less optimistic, - and have less confidence in the economy - than older Americans, those aged 55 and over, which includes their parents.</p>


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