Released: April 6, 1994
Economic Recovery Has Little Impact on American Mood
Despite signs of an economic turn around, Americans remain highly dissatisfied with the state of the nation, financially burdened and fearful about their futures. From an economic point of view, continued discontent with earning power of American jobs is inhibiting celebration of the economic recovery. From a political one, preoccupation with Whitewater is putting a damper on contentment with the state of the nation.