Gallup: Americans not as optimistic about homeownership

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Not only are Americans split. Reading through the Gallup/Knight study, the numbers seem to confirm the sorry state of affairs the media is in, that we can feel in our guts, and our newsfeeds. But.

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Sixty-three percent of Americans describe their outlook for the U.S. as optimistic, a less positive assessment than Gallup found for the 1990s and 2000s but better than for the 1980s. Americans’ predictions for the future are more strongly related to political party than in the past.

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Renting versus Buying a home | Housing | Finance & Capital Markets | Khan Academy Americans aren’t optimistic — but they aren’t all that pessimistic, either – It’s a theme that pops up in almost every presidential campaign, at least when the economy’s not doing well. He noted that the Gallup Poll published a graph last year suggesting that Americans were.

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Most Americans Are Optimistic About Their Financial Futures, but Is It Enough? – More than half (56%) of Americans say their finances are either in good or excellent shape, a Gallup poll found — a 10 percentage. While that sounds like good news on the surface, it may not be as.

Most Americans either own a home and will continue to do so (56%), or don't. Both homeowners and non-homeowners were asked questions.

Not everyone feels optimistic about their retirement prospects.. Not all Americans are prepared for retirement.. it is much higher than when Gallup first began tracking the sentiment of.

For the first time since 2007, a majority of Americans expect home prices. feel more optimistic about their homes’ values than any other region in the U.S., with 62% anticipating a value increase.

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However, Gallup has determined that Americans are not pessimistic about homeownership: 33% believe housing prices will rise this year, while 23% feel prices will continue to fall. Last year, Americans were about evenly split, with 28% anticipating rising prices and 30% believing otherwise.

Looking ahead at the next five years, non-homeowners planning to. The improving economy has put many more Americans in a position to.

Carol Graham, using data from the Gallup Healthways poll, analyzes differences in optimism about the future based on race and income, and finds that poor, black Americans have a more positive.