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NEW ADMINISTRATION FACES HEIGHTENED EXPECTATIONS FOR ECONOMIC RECOVERY

NEW ADMINISTRATION FACES HEIGHTENED EXPECTATIONS FOR ECONOMIC RECOVERY
 FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich., Nov. 6 /PRNewswire/ -- The initial results of the November National Omnibus, conducted by Market Opinion Research of Farmington Hills, shows a positive swing in the optimism among U.S. adults about the revival of the economy under the upcoming Clinton administration.
 POST-ELECTION EXPECTATIONS SHOW CONCERN OVER ISSUES
 THAT AFFECT HOUSEHOLD INCOME
 These November National Omnibus respondents expect higher personal taxes, higher interest rates and higher inflation. They also foresee a decrease in national unemployment, but do not see much change in their own employment security.
 The National Omnibus is a quarterly survey of U.S. adults. This release is based on the responses of 330 adults interviewed on Nov. 4-5, 1992. Charts are available upon request. Reprint of the information in this release is granted by the publishers so long as an accurate representation of the information is maintained.
 For further information, call Paul Johnson at Market Opinion Research, 313-737-5300.
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 /CONTACT: Paul Johnson of Market Opinion Research, 313-737-5300/ CO: Market Opinion Research ST: Michigan IN: SU:


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