Will 2017 be better or worse than 2016?

Americans' expectations of 2017 This statistic shows the results of a survey on Americans' expectations for the year 2017. During the survey, 28 percent of the respondents stated they expect 2017 to be much better than 2016. In contrast, 13 percent of the respondents think that 2017 will be much worse than 2016.
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Share of respondents
Much better than 201628%
Somewhat better than 201627%
Somewhat worse than 201611%
Much worse than 201613%
About the same as 201611%
Don't Know / No opinion10%
Share of respondents
Much better than 201628%
Somewhat better than 201627%
Somewhat worse than 201611%
Much worse than 201613%
About the same as 201611%
Don't Know / No opinion10%
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This statistic shows the results of a survey on Americans' expectations for the year 2017. During the survey, 28 percent of the respondents stated they expect 2017 to be much better than 2016. In contrast, 13 percent of the respondents think that 2017 will be much worse than 2016.
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Release date
December 2016
Region
United States
Survey time period
December 16-19, 2016
Age group
18 years and older
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The source does not specify the type of survey.
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