Americans’ Economic Confidence Grows, but Housing Doubts Persist

By Tory Barringer

Out of a group of 1,000 Americans polled in Fannie Mae’s December National Housing Survey, 41 percent said they now believe the economy is “on the right track,” up from 36 percent in November, the company reported. In contrast to December’s slightly more positive economic attitudes, consumer sentiment toward the housing market remained subdued for another month.

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