87% in China & 80% in India Say Their Economies Are Good (Pew)
A new Pew Research Center survey reveals that fully 87% in China and 80% in India say their economic situation and national economies are good. Most Australians, Swedes, Germans and Dutch say their economy is doing well. However, more than eight-in-ten in Greece, France and Spain describe their country’s economic situation as bad and just three of the 12 nations for which trends are available have seen an increase of public confidence in their national economy in the past year.
To read the whole survey results, Views on National Economies Mixed as Many Countries Continue to Struggle, go to the website of Pew Research Center.
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