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Was 2023 a Good Year for American Voters on a Personal Level?




According to a recent survey conducted by Fox News, approximately 39% of American voters reported that, despite foreign policy conflicts and economic concerns, they considered 2023 to be a favorable year for them personally.



The survey, which was released on Friday, revealed that 4 out of 10 American voters perceived 2023 as a good year for their personal lives, while only 2 out of 10 believed it to be a good year for the country as a whole. Interestingly, the survey indicated that 53% of the respondents expressed that 2023 was not a positive year for them.


Comparatively, the percentage of voters who considered 2023 to be a good year was slightly higher than in 2022 when the same survey indicated that 37% agreed. Since the question was first asked in 2018, voters have consistently shown a more negative sentiment towards the country than a positive one. This poll, conducted from December 10th to 13th, surveyed 1,007 registered voters, and the margin of sampling error was +/- three percent.

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