National Economic Conditions (June 2013)

National Economic Conditions (June 2013)

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categorycolumn-1
A lot better off7%
Somewhat better off28%
About the same31%
Somewhat worse off18%
A lot worse off15%
Don't know 1%

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categoryDemocratIndependentRepublican
A lot better off15%2%1%
Somewhat better off48%25%11%
About the same23%39%35%
Somewhat worse off8%16%28%
A lot worse off5%16%24%
Don't know 0%3%1%

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categoryLean RepublicanNot very strong RepublicanStrong Republican
A lot better off1%2%1%
Somewhat better off11%13%10%
About the same31%51%30%
Somewhat worse off24%19%33%
A lot worse off32%13%24%
Don't know 1%2%1%

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categoryLean DemocratNot very strong DemocratStrong Democrat
A lot better off14%7%20%
Somewhat better off43%45%51%
About the same33%22%20%
Somewhat worse off4%14%8%
A lot worse off6%12%1%
Don't know 0%1%1%

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categoryLiberalsModeratesConservatives
A lot better off16%8%2%
Somewhat better off53%31%13%
About the same22%30%36%
Somewhat worse off6%16%26%
A lot worse off3%13%22%
Don't know 1%2%1%

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categoryLeaning conservativeSomewhat conservativeExtremely conservative
A lot better off2%0%5%
Somewhat better off21%10%8%
About the same43%32%33%
Somewhat worse off20%36%18%
A lot worse off12%21%32%
Don't know 1%0%3%

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categoryLeaning liberalSomewhat liberalExtremely liberal
A lot better off14%16%17%
Somewhat better off59%50%48%
About the same18%25%26%
Somewhat worse off5%7%5%
A lot worse off3%1%3%
Don't know 0%1%1%

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categoryDemocratRepublicanTea Party
A lot better off16%3%0%
Somewhat better off50%14%4%
About the same23%29%35%
Somewhat worse off7%31%27%
A lot worse off4%20%32%
Don't know 1%2%0%

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categoryWhiteBlackHispanic
A lot better off6%12%10%
Somewhat better off23%44%31%
About the same32%31%26%
Somewhat worse off20%11%20%
A lot worse off19%1%11%
Don't know 1%1%1%

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categoryMaleFemale
A lot better off7%8%
Somewhat better off29%27%
About the same28%33%
Somewhat worse off19%18%
A lot worse off17%13%
Don't know 1%2%

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categoryUrbanSuburbanRural
A lot better off10%7%4%
Somewhat better off35%27%20%
About the same27%33%29%
Somewhat worse off16%19%20%
A lot worse off10%13%24%
Don't know 1%1%2%

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categoryNo high schoolHigh school graduateSome college2-year4-yearPost-grad
A lot better off9%7%6%5%8%10%
Somewhat better off19%26%28%24%32%36%
About the same35%27%32%41%27%28%
Somewhat worse off16%21%19%17%16%15%
A lot worse off19%16%14%12%16%11%
Don't know 2%2%1%1%1%1%

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