Do you think that the quality of goods made in the United States is better now than a few years ago, or worse?
Survey on the quality of American goods in 1990 and 2013
This statistic shows the results of a survey conducted in April 2013 and in October 1990 among American adults on whether they think the quality of goods manufactured in the United States has improved or worsened over the past few years. In April 2013, 19 percent of respondents stated the quality of goods manufactured in the United States is a lot better than it was a few years ago. In 1990, 21 percent of respondents stated the same.
Do you think that the quality of goods made in the United States is better now than a few years ago, or worse?
20131990
A lot better19%21%
A little better52%46%
A little worse12%15%
A lot worse4%7%
Same8%8%
No opinion4%2%
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Survey on the quality of American goods in 1990 and 2013
This statistic shows the results of a survey conducted in April 2013 and in October 1990 among American adults on whether they think the quality of goods manufactured in the United States has improved or worsened over the past few years. In April 2013, 19 percent of respondents stated the quality of goods manufactured in the United States is a lot better than it was a few years ago. In 1990, 21 percent of respondents stated the same.
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