A survey released by the University of Florida on Tuesday revealed Florida’s consumer confidence is reaching its highest point in more than seven years.
A new survey by a Florida University shows consumer confidence is dropping slightly.
Floridians are feeling a little better about how the economy is doing. In September, the state’s consumer confidence level reached a post-recession high, according to a University of Florida report.
While the economy seems to be doing better, we don’t seem to feeling that way. The monthly University of Florida survey found shows consumer confidence was 82 in the month of July.
The state’s consumer confidence hit a post-recession high in June, according to a University of Florida report.
Florida’s consumer confidence, according to University of Florida’s monthly survey, seems to have dropped slightly.
Florida’s consumers don’t seem to mind the still struggling recovery as consumer confidence continues to rise in the Sunshine State.
We’re slowly starting to feel a little better about the economy. At least that’s according to the University of Florida’s monthly survey which found the state’s consumer confidence rated a 78 on a scale fo 2 to 150.
Florida’s consumer confidence is falling sharply, according to a recent survey.
As Republicans continue to hold the U.S. government and economy hostage to achieve policy goals; consumer confidence in the U.S. is dropping at a rate not seen since Lehman Brothers collapsed in 2008.