Consumer Confidence for the Washington-DC Region Ahead of the Nation’s

Thursday, February 26, 2009

Local residents are nearly five times more upbeat about the regional economy than they are about the national economy, according to a recent survey conducted for the Greater Washington Board of Trade. The region's residents are looking to the future with a significant level of optimism stated Jim Dinager, president of the trade group. Perhaps the best part of the survey findings is the confidence level in Northern Virginia that had the highest index, at 53. The lowest, at 46, was found in the Maryland suburbs. D.C. was in the middle, at 51, according to the article.

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