Well, it is a FACT that Consumer Confidence has FALLEN since Donald Trump took office, according to the University of Michigan Survey. The Index was at 98.5 in January of 2017, when Trump took office. It is now at 92.1, and I hope, perhaps in vain, that you understand that 92.1 is LESS than 98.5...….Sonofagun, it is right there.
The Conference Board Consumer Confidence Index is at a steadfast high, slightly declining in August to 135.1 from 135.8 in July, according to the business research group, indicating U.S. workers and consumers are confident in their economic position.
As the MSM and the Dims talk the economy down incessantly.
UofM consumer sentiment started 1952, based of a telephone survey of 500 calls.You are the person who is LYING here, Libertine. The University of Michigan Consumer Confidence Index dates back to the EARLY 1950's, while the Conference Board Survey did not begin until the LATE 1970's. These are easily checkable facts, but we know that you are simply ALLERGIC to facts. If the Fed thought the Conference Board Survey was that important to track, why, they would make that purchase. Duh.
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