U.S. optimism lags behind economic gains, study finds

Aired: 9/1/2014 | 0:05:07 | Clip
For many months now, the number of new jobs created has risen and the jobless rate has fallen substantially. But despite what appears to be a slow and steady recovery, a new study finds that 71 percent of Americans believe the economy has permanently changed for the worse. Jeffrey Brown talks to Rutgers University’s Cliff Zukin, who worked on the survey.

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