Partisan Attitudes Toward Economy Creates ‘Substantial Economic Uncertainty’

February 23, 2024


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According to a special report from U-M’s Surveys of Consumers, consumer attitudes and expectations are harshly divided along partisan lines, proving to generate more economic uncertainty than other factors like income, age, and education. Chief economist Joanne Hsu, director of the surveys, comments on the results in this article from the Institute for Social Research.

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