Global Poll Finds Diverse Economic Perceptions: Mexicans, Germans, Russians Become More Upbeat; Indonesians, Britons, French, Americans More Negative
Program on International Policy Attitudes (PIPA)
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As the World Economic Forum meets in Davos this week to talk about the international economy, a new BBC World Service poll of 32 nations finds highly divergent economic perceptions in countries around the world. In 15 countries majorities or pluralities see conditions in their country getting better, while in 17 they see conditions getting worse.