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Have John on the economy is Scott Rasmussen and it's -- wanna start with some of these -- -- you've taken the first one 28% say it now's a good time to sell your house.
Could that be that they're being smarter I think people feel better about this is this number.
Well it first of all there are some neighborhoods in some areas of the country works better time to sell than others but these numbers much more optimistic than they've been -- long time.
Up six points from a month ago.
30% expect the value of their home the go up in the next year that's not a great number but it is an improvement let me give you the best -- sign of improvement in the housing market.
Of homeowners now are very likely.
Two miss a mortgage payment in the coming six months.
That's down from an average of 4% in 2012.
Of the defaults are heading down and obviously a lot of people have already been wiped out to.
Right -- your second your second poll thirty in this sort of dubbed tales from when you -- -- 34% say the US economy is getting better is that an improving numbered.
Sure only 39% say it it's getting worse a couple years ago that number was up above 70%.
So we're in this world where the economy is not seen as very good but it's seen as less bad -- it was in and a plurality of investors.
Now say the economy is getting better.
That could be an encouraging sign moving forward conventional wisdom then that we've hit terra firma the worst is behind this -- We're not a runaway locomotive like we have been in past recoveries but we're heading in the right direction so.
That brings me up with a number that you just came out with a number.
On how sequestered cuts are impacting people because this was supposed to be the end of the world.
That's right those devastating cuts -- 12% of Americans say.
They've been impacted by the -- so far that hasn't changed since the first weekend of -- the sequester went into effect there is not a growing sense of a train wreck.
And the other side of it six out of 1059%.
Say the one all is said and done.
They expect to either have no impact -- a positive impact.
Expect that over the long haul they'll have a very negative impact from -- -- question while I -- the PR people the White House know about that number I think they do.
Sky that was a bad issue there was about when they overplay their hand this guy -- appreciated thanks a lot.
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