BAML: Consumer confidence shifts with economy, political climate

“Exit polls found that voters cared strongly about healthcare with 41% of respondents reporting that it was the biggest factor to influence their vote. This was followed by 23% stating that it was immigration and 21% noting that it was the economy. If the economy was a bigger factor — as it has been historically — the ‘Blue ripple’ might not have succeeded.” – Michelle Mayer, U.S. economist, Bank of America Merrill Lynch

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