73% of Americans think that US is going in wrong direction
A recent poll conducted by Reuters/Ipsos shows that the major percentage of Americans are dissatisfied with the way their economy and their money is being managed by the federal Reserve and US government. If poll has to be believed 73 percent of Americans believe the United States is "off on the wrong track," and just one in five, 21 percent, think the country is headed in the right direction.
The survey of 1,055 adults found that 47 percent believe "the worst is yet to come" in the U.S. economy, an increase of 13 percentage points from a year ago when this question was last raised.
This is the highest measure since March 2009, when concern peaked at 57 percent, at the height of the recession. Ipsos pollster Julia Clark said it reflected "a general sense of unease."