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Gallup Daily Economic Confidence Index Cliff Dives

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    October 10, 2013

    They haven’t updated this yet today and I’m guessing that, after the news flow out of the nation’s capital over the weekend, it won’t be going back up, but Gallup’s daily economic confidence survey is already doing some cliff diving.

    Gallup Confidence

    This poll is conducted daily (that must get repetitive for the survey-takers) with about 1,500 U.S. adults and the data shown above is a three-day rolling average that, based on what I’ve been reading lately, will continue to fall until there’s a deal in Washington.

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