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    Fiscal Confidence Index Results for September 2013; FCI Value: 43

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    Contact: Sarah Stipicevic, Press Secretary
    (212) 542-9265 sstipicevic@pgpf.org

    The September 2013 Fiscal Confidence Index, Modeled after the Consumer Confidence Index, is 43 (100 is Neutral); Tenth Straight Month of Strongly Negative Public Sentiment


    https://www.pgpf.org/polling-result/peter-g-peterson-foundation-september-fiscal-confidence-index-finds-voters-remain-deeply-pessimistic-about-nations-fiscal-health

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    July FCI: Voters Maintain Highly Negative Attitudes on National Debt

    NEW YORK — Americans maintain strongly negative attitudes about our nation’s fiscal challenges, according to the Peter G. Peterson Foundation’s latest Fiscal Confidence Index, a monthly measure of public attitudes about the nation’s long-term debt and the efforts elected leaders are making to address the problem.


    https://www.pgpf.org/polling-result/peter-g-peterson-foundation-july-fiscal-confidence-index-finds-voters-maintain-highly-negative-attitudes-on-the-national-debt

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    Peter G. Peterson Foundation May "Fiscal Confidence Index" Finds High...

    NEW YORK — Americans continue to show high levels of concern about our nation's long-term debt, even as economic and near-term fiscal indicators show signs of improvement, according to the Peter G. Peterson Foundation’s latest Fiscal Confidence Index, a monthly measure of public attitudes about the nation’s long-term debt and the efforts elected leaders are making to address the debt.


    https://www.pgpf.org/polling-result/peter-g-peterson-foundation-may-fiscal-confidence-index-finds-high-levels-of-concern-about-long-term-debt-even-as-near-term-economic-and-fiscal-indicators-show-signs-of-progress

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    Peter G. Peterson Foundation May "Fiscal Confidence Index" Finds High Levels of Concern about Long-Term Debt Even as Near-Term Economic and Fiscal Indicators Show Signs of Progress

    Americans continue to show high levels of concern about our nation's long-term debt, even as economic and near-term fiscal indicators show signs of improvement, according to the Peter G. Peterson Foundation’s latest Fiscal Confidence Index.


    https://www.pgpf.org/press-release/2013/05/fci-press-release

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