UMich Confidence Rebounds As Political Polarization Plunges To Worst Since Obama’s Election

Thursday, April 13, 2017
By Paul Martin

by Tyler Durden
Apr 13, 2017

Political polarization among Americans has swung to its most tilted towards Republicans since President Obama’s election.

But this has not stopped the majority of Americans being more upbeat as UMich printed 98.0 for April (better than expected and up from March). Current Conditions are at their highest level since Nov 2000…

Notably, partisanship had no impact on the Current Conditions Index (Democrats and Republicans differed by just 0.4 points), but while respondents suggest the beginning of a convergence on the Expectations Index, with the figure for Democrats rising 7% and falling for Republicans by 7%; the gap still remained an astonishing 50.5 Index points.

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