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E-News Poll Results 5/4/10

May 6, 2010
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The U.S. Commerce Department reported that GDP increased; do you believe this signals a true end to the recession?

Here we present the results of the May 4 ASI E-News survey.

The U.S. Commerce Department recently reported that GDP increased for the third straight quarter, led by consumer spending and business investment. Prior to this, the economy had contracted for four consecutive quarters. With the rise in the previous quarter based on inventory replenishment, do you believe this signals a true end to the recession?

No, but it's encouraging: 44.444%
Yes: 36.111%
No, I need more definitive evidence: 19.444%

"First good news we have had in a very long time!"

"The government is continually giving out information that is wrong and/or biased to protect the federal employees and their drones."

"Until the US gov't lowers taxes and decreases regulations, we will still be in a recession. "

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