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How Americans think about the economy has changed since Trump won presidency

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As former FBI director James Comey testified before the Senate on June 8, the University of Michigan saw its June 7-11 reading of consumer confidence retreat to 94.5, the lowest level since the election.

Washington

DEMOCRATS and Republicans have never been further apart in their expectations for the economy than they are right now.

The Trump presidency appears to have sparked an unprecedented political polarisation in consumer confidence, which is often viewed as a leading

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