At the same time, they say their own personal finances are good.
Fifty-three percent of voters say the economy is “poor,” while 46 percent say “good,” according to the poll, conducted Oct. Yet 65 percent say their own finances are good, versus 34 percent who rate them poor.
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NEW YORK (AP) — Emotionally wrenching politics, foreign conflicts and shootings at home took a toll on Americans in 2016, but they are entering 2017 on an optimistic note, according to a new poll that found that a majority believes things are going to get better for the country next year.
A look at the key findings of the Associated Press-Times Square Alliance poll: ___ Americans weren’t thrilled with the year.