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August 08, 2010

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oldprof

Proteus -- I agree that many may have made a different interpretation of the question. Perhaps I can encourage them to clarify.

Thanks!

Jeff

Proteus

I thought the question "Is the U.S. economy doing better or worse than official government statistics show?" discussed in Growthology was ambiguous. Among the possible (negative) interpretations:
- Are the reported statistics accurate but misleading?
- Are the statistics wrong, or intentionally fudged?
- Does the average American feel as though we're in a recovery commensurate with the statistics?
Three very different questions, in addition to what was probably intended.

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