Georgians can tell the difference between their household finances and the economic health of the larger economy, and it seems that hope hangs out close to home.
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Poll Questions and Answers
Would you describe the state of Georgia’s economy these days as excellent, good, not so good or poor?
Not so good: 47%
Don’t know/No answer: 2%
Thinking ahead, would you say you feel optimistic or pessimistic about your own personal financial prospects over the next five years?
Don’t know/No answer: 6%
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution poll was conducted Sept. 12-17 among a random sample of 801 Georgia adults reached on cell and conventional phones. The overall survey has a sampling error margin of plus or minus 5 percentage points.