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New York Economic Summary--May 2004

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All figures below, with the exception of Rasmussen Index figures, are expressed as a percentage of the total state population.

Rasmussen Index figures refer to a baseline established in October 2001. The baseline was established for the nation at large and was set to equal 100.0.

Current conditions refer to an assessment of Current Economic Conditions.

Expectations refer to Expectations of Future Economic Performance.

For all consumers nationally, both Current Conditions and Expectations were set at 100.0 in October 2001.

National survey of 15,000 Likely Voters May 1 - 31 New York Results

  New York       May-04  
             
      Consumer Investor Non-Inv  
  Rasmussen Index   97.0 116.8 82.0  
       Current Conditions   89.1 106.2 76.1  
       Expectations   104.9 127.3 87.9  
             
             
  Rate U.S. Economy Excellent 7.8 10.3 5.8  
    Good 17.1 18.9 15.7  
    Fair 36.1 36.1 36.1  
    Poor 37.1 33.5 39.9  
             
  Rate Personal Finance Excellent 8.1 13.1 4.2  
    Good 21.3 32.0 13.2  
    Fair 42.1 40.2 43.5  
    Poor 27.2 14.7 36.7  
             
  U.S. Economy Better 27.5 38.7 18.9  
    Worse 59.5 49.0 67.4  
             
  Personal Finances Better 24.4 33.3 17.6  
    Worse 49.1 45.2 52.0  
             
  U.S. in Recession Yes 44.2 38.5 48.5  
    No 35.2 47.4 26.0  
             

 

   

 

 

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