AP-GfK poll: Americans more upbeat about economy


Americans are growing more positive about the U.S. economy, a sentiment that is benefit President Barack Obama in spite of public disillusionment with his handling of rising petrol prices and swollen government financial plan deficits.

An Associated Press-GfK poll shows that more than 2 out of 5 people believe the U.S. economy will get better, while a third think it will stay the same and nearly a fourth think it will get worse, a spring up back from last month's more negative attitude. And, for the first time since the 100-day mark of his presidency, somewhat more than half agree of Obama's stewardship of the economy.

Both findings characterize a boost for Obama, nevertheless he still must triumph over ill will over government red ink and the price of gas at the pump, at the present hovering around $4 a gallon.

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