Americans feel good about their cities. Only 48 percent say taxes are too high. The Gallup sample was more optimistic about U.S. economic growth than the general public..
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45% of home shoppers feel at least slightly more optimistic about homeownership. 33% reported no impact on their feelings about homeownership. Homebuyers are aware and making decisions with their eyes wide-open. As the report mentioned,
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· The 62% of Americans who say they own their own home marks a new low since Gallup began tracking self-reported homeownership in 2001.It’s down from 68%. U.S. homeownership hits record low: Gallup.
· And we’re even more optimistic about the future. Today, Gallup finds more than six in 10 Americans say it’s “getting better” when asked about their standard of living – the highest-ever.
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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 [.]
Gallup analysts credited Muslims’ optimism in part to the election of President Obama, who has not appeared at an American mosque since taking office but has often spoken out about the need for.
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The Gallup survey shows Americans have near-record levels of optimism when thinking about their financial futures. The latest result showed 69% were optimistic about their finances in the year ahead, just two percentage points below the record 71% who expressed optimism in March 1998.
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