Post-ABC poll: The Year Ahead

Poll Questions

Q: Looking ahead to next year, are you more hopeful, or more fearful, about what the year 2013 holds in store for you personally?

No opinion

Q: How about for the world in general? Are you more hopeful, or more fearful, about what the year 2013 holds in store for the world in general?

No opinion

Q: Thinking about the next 12 months, would you say you feel (optimistic) or (pessimistic) about the state of the national economy? How about the state of the national economy?

Q: Thinking about the next 12 months, would you say you feel (optimistic) or (pessimistic) about your own family's financial situation? How about your own family's financial situation?

Q: Thinking about the next 12 months, would you say you feel (optimistic) or (pessimistic) about the way things are going in this country? How about your own family's financial situation?

Q: Thinking about the next 12 months, would you say you feel (optimistic) or (pessimistic) about the policies Obama will pursue in his second term in office? How about your own family's financial situation?

Q: Thinking about the next 12 months, would you say you feel (optimistic) or (pessimistic) about the chances that Obama and the Republicans in Congress will work together on important issues?

Q: Do you think the country's (economic recession is over), or do you think the (economy is still in a recession)?

No opinion

Q: Regardless of whether or not the recession is over, in terms of your own personal experience, do you feel the economy has or has not begun to recover?

No opinion

Q: (IF ECONOMY HAS BEGUN TO RECOVER) Do you think the economy's recovery so far has been a strong one or a weak one?

No opinion

Q: NET Do you feel the economy has or has not begun to recover/Do you think the economy's recovery so far has been a strong one or a weak one? (Based on all respondents)

 
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