1. I am optimistic about my personal financial future.
2. I am worried about my current financial situation.
3. The news I've been hearing in the past few weeks about Americans' personal finances has been generally positive.
4. I am worried that the current economic and political situation is going to affect my personal finances.
The Index is calculated as the percentage of respondents who are optimistic minus the percentage of respondents who are pessimistic. Index values above 0 indicate more respondents felt optimistic than pessimistic, and Index values below 0 indicate more respondents felt pessimistic than optimistic. Survey questions are asked to a random national sample of approximately 1,600 U.S. Online Adults Ages 18+ every month in the
Other indexes that track consumer sentiment focus on economic and business conditions, with less emphasis on how Americans perceive their own personal financial situation. The Finance Optimism Index differs in that it measures the level of financial optimism of individual Americans through their responses to four survey questions and explores factors that influence these attitudes.
The Index is measured continuously with results calculated and reported monthly at FinanceOptimism.org.
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