The countries most and least optimistic about 2017
According to a new poll from Ipsos Mori, the United Kingdom is one of the most pessimistic countries about what lies ahead in 2017. Only 68 percent of Britons agree that the year ahead will be an improvement on 2016. France is by the far the most pessimistic country about 2017 with only 52 percent feeling the year will be better than its predecessor. Read more in the Independent.
This chart shows the % of respondents in selected countries agreeing 2017 will be better than 2016.
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