Gallup: Americans not as optimistic about homeownership

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 · Gallup: Americans pretty pessimistic about national condition. Ed Morrissey Posted at 3:25 pm on August 18, 2011. Share on Facebook. Share on Twitter. Normally, Americans are an optimistic people, but not so much lately, as Gallup reports from its latest survey. The mood has turned decidedly sour, especially lately, as American satisfaction.

Heading into 2016, Americans were less than thrilled about the shape of the economy, according to a Gallup poll released Tuesday. The survey shows that the overall outlook dipped in December from.

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 · Not everyone feels optimistic about their retirement prospects.. Not all Americans are prepared for retirement.. it is much higher than when Gallup first began tracking the sentiment of.

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Even seven years after the bubble housing market bubble burst in 2008, Americans are still positive about home buying, though their optimism on the prospect of homeownership has wavered in recent years, says a recent Gallup poll. Currently, 69% of Americans say now is a good time to buy a house, down from an average [.]

American optimism about the next generation’s future is up seven points since Obama’s last year in office (2016). According to a recent Gallup poll, about 6 in 10 Americans (61%) say it is very (18%) or somewhat (43%) likely that the next generation will have a better life than did their parents.

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Gallup polled more than 1,000 Americans in early December to harvest the data, and by comparing the averages for all 12 months of 2017, we have a list of America’s biggest problems, according to.

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 · Constituting a near-record high, 57 percent of non-retired Americans expect their retirements to be comfortable after having saved enough money to adequately support expenses and lifestyle choices, according to a poll conducted by Gallup in April of this year. This is the highest recorded figure for this expectation from the longstanding polling organization since 2004.