Three In Five US Online Adults Have Cut Their Spending Because Of The Economy
Younger And Higher-Income Consumers Are More Optimistic
November 3, 2008
Why Read This Report
With many American financial institutions struggling, it will surprise no one to hear that Americans are showing signs of pessimism and uncertainty about the national economy. A recent Forrester survey found that only one-third of Americans are optimistic about the nation's economic fortunes in the next year. Most are spending less money than they did a year ago. Surprisingly, many remain positive about the prospects for their personal financial situation.
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