By the numbers: Republicans and Democrats see the economy differently

Many Americans’ views on today’s economy depend on their political party.
1:03 | 07/03/20

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Create new jobs and unemployment numbers out today will take a look at how Americans view this economy and the suppressed the extent to which those views align with political party. By the numbers 69% of Republicans describing US economy as excellent or good. Compared to just 10% of Democrats who say the same according to a recent poll by Quinnipiac University on the flip side 89% of Democrats rate the economy as well not so good or report. While just 27% of Republicans say that Arabs are much more optimistic 67%. Expect the economy to improve over the next year. While only 29% of Democrats see that happening according to pull letting AP and NO RC. Economic views weren't nearly this polarized during 2008 recession also an election year. Went up to 95% of Americans agreed that the economy was either before or only fair according to Gallup. And of course president chuck continues to top today's economy saying it's springing back to life like a quote rocket ship. And called last month's jobs gain followed quite probably the greatest comeback. In American history.

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