People Think We’re in a Recession. Don’t Blame Them

The United States economy emerged from recession in June 2009 and has been growing for nearly five years. Yet this week, an NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll of American adults found that 57 percent still think the economy is in recession.

via People Think We’re in a Recession. Don’t Blame Them. – NYTimes.com.

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  1. “Two trends are responsible. The labor market is still slack, meaning millions who would like to work can’t, and those who do work have limited ability to demand higher wages.”

    ^^^^ This.

    What’s the cause of these? Government policies.

    When the politicians stop doing their “cronies first” mentality and actually represent the people on these issues, this may change.

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