Wall Street Journal (10/29/14) Beth Reinhard; Damian Paletta
Although unemployment has fallen, wages also have fallen for many employees, and a record number of people are working at temporary jobs. As a result, voters who haven’t seen the improving economy affect them positively on a personal level are angry and may take their anger out on incumbent governors on election day. Roughly 75% of Americans think the economy has permanently changed for the worse, according to a survey by Rutgers University.
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