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"Connecticut residents can best be described as uneasy," said Alissa DeJonge at the Connecticut Economic Resource Center.
The poll found 44% of respondents felt the state economy was not improving while 25% said it was.
Fifty-nine percent of respondents said they were concerned about being able to afford health insurance, while 18 percent said they were not.
The overwhelming majority of Connecticut residents were unaware or uncertain if they knew about the work of the Connecticut Commission on Fiscal Stability and Economic Growth.
The InformCT Consumer Confidence Survey found that 51 percent of residents do not believe the state’s economy is improving, compared with 24 percent that believe it is.
Nearly 80 percent of respondents said that the state government, rather than the federal government, is most responsible for improving Connecticut’s jobs situation.
Recently released findings from a state-wide consumer confidence survey have found that respondents who agree (strongly or somewhat) that the Connecticut economy is improving has dropped, yet a large percentage of residents said it is unlikely they will leave the state.