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Recovery Accepted By 56% Voters

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http://www.theguardian.com/society/2014/jun/16/insecure-britain-poll-economic-recovery-immigration

Voters have grasped that an economic recovery is underway, but precious few are feeling the benefit, according to a Guardian/ICM poll that shines a spotlight on the anxiety of a nation.

A majority of the British public (56%) accept that the economic recovery is real, but fewer than one voter in five, just 18%, says their family is benefiting.

However, if the initial findings appear to validate Ed Miliband's focus on the cost of living, when asked what underlies their economic uncertainty, voters point the finger at immigrants undercutting employment terms and conditions more than anything else.

The media propaganda has worked if 56% think this recovery is real. I wonder if that's based on house prices going up. It would be nice to see how many who don't own a property think there is a recovery.

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http://www.theguardian.com/society/2014/jun/16/insecure-britain-poll-economic-recovery-immigration

The media propaganda has worked if 56% think this recovery is real. I wonder if that's based on house prices going up. It would be nice to see how many who don't own a property think there is a recovery.

The Graun and leftist sympathisers propagandise the New Keynesian aspects of the 'recovery', the Torygraph and rightist sympathisers propagandise the Neoclassical aspects of the 'recovery'. Neither side has any real understanding of the truth.

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