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Trumponomics yields mixed results for voters, poll shows

Respondents split evenly on president's economic policies and fret over national debt

NEW YORK -- After nearly three years of economic growth under U.S. President Donald Trump, the benefits have not been evenly felt by American voters, with nearly as many saying their finances have improved as reported a decline.

Nationwide, 20% say they are "somewhat better off," while 15% identify as "much better off," totaling 35% in the late-October poll by the Financial Times and the Peter G. Peterson Foundation, a fiscally oriented think tank in New York.

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