Poll: American Optimism Doesn't Equal Spending
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Poll: American Optimism Doesn't Equal Spending

Jennifer Agiesta of the Washington Post's Polling Unit explains the latest data from the Post-ABC News poll which shows that despite American optimism in how Obama is handling the economy, as consumers they are skeptical about spending. Audio by Jennifer Agiesta/The Washington Post

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