Americans: Better Off Under Trump?

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to grip the country, confidence in the economy is currently low in the U.S.; however, a Gallup survey shows a majority of people (55 percent) say that they are 'better off' than they were four years ago.

by Martin Armstrong

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Often cited as the key factor in achieving reelection in the United States, the economy, and the perceived economic prosperity of Americans under a president, is in the minds of most voters when going to the polls.

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to grip the country, confidence in the economy is currently low in the U.S.; however, as a Gallup survey shows, a majority of people in the country (55 percent) still say that they are 'better off' than they were four years ago.

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