Poll: 66% of Americans Say We're in a Recession or Worse

Poll: 66% of Americans Say We're in a Recession or Worse


Half of Americans agree the U.S. economy is in a recession, despite the Biden administration’s dismissal, a recent Suffolk University/USA TODAY survey found.

The survey asked respondents to indicate where they believe the state of the U.S. economy lies.

Half, or 50.40 percent, agree that the U.S. is in an economic recession, compared to 18.30 percent who believe the economy is in a state of stagnation. Another 15.90 percent believe the U.S. is experiencing a depression. Less than ten percent, 9.20 percent, say the U.S. economy is in a state of recovery. 

The survey coincides with Thursday’s economic report, which found U.S. Gross Domestic Product (GDP) shrinking 0.9 percent in the second quarter of a year.

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