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72% Of US Voters Believe Country Is On "Wrong Track" But Trend Reversing

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According to Real Clear Politics, the percentage of voters who believe the country is on the "wrong track," currently stands at 72%.

  • There are signs that a long , steady collapse in perception that the country is on right track has stabilized in the last month. Since early July, there has been a three percentage point bump in respondents believing the country is on the right track.

Figure 1: Direction of country polling average, % (Real Clear Politics)

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According to Real Clear Politics, the percentage of voters who believe the country is on the "wrong track," currently stands at 72%.

  • There are signs that a long , steady collapse in perception that the country is on right track has stabilized in the last month. Since early July, there has been a three percentage point bump in respondents believing the country is on the right track.

Figure 1: Direction of country polling average, % (Real Clear Politics)