Gallup: Americans not as optimistic about homeownership

Americans are feeling mostly good about their finances, according to analytics firm Gallup. But while 56% describe their financial situation as "good" or "excellent," not everyone is as optimistic.

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Americans are more optimistic about their personal finances than at any point in 16 years, with 69 percent reporting that they expect to be better off financially at this time next year, according to Gallup.The figure is only two points below the record high of 71 percent recorded in March 1998.

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Trump’s rating for handling the economy also is the highest of his approval ratings on any of 14 domestic and foreign issues tested in the latest Gallup poll. Americans’ approval of his handling of unemployment is nearly as high, at 54%, Gallup said.

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Even seven years after the bubble housing market bubble burst in 2008, Americans are still positive about home buying, though their optimism on the prospect of homeownership has wavered in recent.

It is not surprising that homeownership among older Americans is high. Seniors have had many years to work, to save for and purchase a home, and to pay off their mortgage, helping them to become the only major demographic whose homeownership was unaffected by the recent bursting of the housing bubble and the economic financial downturn.

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While Americans are generally more positive about homebuying, they are still a bit less optimistic than they were the past two years, according to a new survey from Gallup. The survey is based on.

Gallup polled more than 1,000 Americans in early December to harvest the data, and by comparing the averages for all 12 months of 2017, we have a list of America’s biggest problems, according to.