As the economy improves, these voters don’t trust the data
Clip: 10/18/2016 | 4m 32s
Unemployment in the U.S. is at 5 percent, a relative low, and 10 million jobs have been created during the Obama administration. But a new survey finds that many Americans are experiencing high levels of economic anxiety, a factor that will play into how they vote. For more on the state of the economy, public perception and the election, Hari Sreenivasan speaks with Marketplace’s Kai Ryssdal.
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