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Survey: Americans Remain Gloomy about economy, Chinese sunny

Americans, Japanese and many Europeans are glum about their national economies. By contrast, Chinese, Indians and Australians feel positive about theirs.   Those are among the findings from a survey of 20,132 people in 16 countries by the Pew Research Center. Just 44 percent of Americans rated the U.S. economy as "good,'' although that proportion has risen steadily from 18 percent in 2011.   China's economic growth has been decelerating for five years, but 87...

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