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Consumer Confidence, Present Situation and Expectations Indices
Topic Economy - Money CPI/PPI Issue Group Other


 
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 Name Consumer Confidence Index [545] - Consumer Confidence Index [7739] Consumer Confidence Index [545] - Present Situation Index [7740] Consumer Confidence Index [545] - Expectations Index [7741]
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Last Updated 10/31/2008 10/31/2008 10/31/2008
Source The Conference Board's Consumer Confidence Survey The Conference Board's Consumer Confidence Survey The Conference Board's Consumer Confidence Survey
Source URL www.pollingreport.com/consumer.htm#Conference www.pollingreport.com/consumer.htm#Conference www.pollingreport.com/consumer.htm#Conference
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Notes See http://www.conference-board.org/economics/ConsumerConfidence.cfm. The Conference Board's survey contains five questions: two are about the current situation of the economy and three are about the economy in the next six months. Responses to questions about the current economy are depicted in the Present Situation Index, and responses to questions referring to the economy in the next six months are depicted in the Expectations Index. The Consumer Confidence Index is a combination of the Present Situation Index and the Expectations Index. See http://www.conference-board.org/economics/ConsumerConfidence.cfm. The Conference Board's survey contains five questions: two are about the current situation of the economy and three are about the economy in the next six months. Responses to questions about the current economy are depicted in the Present Situation Index, and responses to questions referring to the economy in the next six months are depicted in the Expectations Index. The Consumer Confidence Index is a combination of the Present Situation Index and the Expectations Index. See http://www.conference-board.org/economics/ConsumerConfidence.cfm. The Conference Board's survey contains five questions: two are about the current situation of the economy and three are about the economy in the next six months. Responses to questions about the current economy are depicted in the Present Situation Index, and responses to questions referring to the economy in the next six months are depicted in the Expectations Index. The Consumer Confidence Index is a combination of the Present Situation Index and the Expectations Index.
Jun-1997 129.9  157.1  111.7 
Jul-1997 126.3  154.5  107.6 
Aug-1997 127.6  156.1  108.7 
Sep-1997 130.2  157.6  111.9 
Oct-1997 123.4  147.5  107.3 
Nov-1997 128.1  156.8  108.9 
Dec-1997 136.2  163.1  118.3 
Jan-1998 128.3  159.3  107.7 
Feb-1998 137.4  171.8  114.5 
Mar-1998 133.8  172.7  107.9 
Apr-1998 137.2  169.3  115.8 
May-1998 136.3  170.9  113.3 
Jun-1998 138.2  171.3  116.2 
Jul-1998 137.2  172.9  113.4 
Aug-1998 133.1  172.6  106.8 
Sep-1998 126.4  170.7  96.8 
Oct-1998 119.3  165.2  88.7 
Nov-1998 126.4  166.7  99.5 
Dec-1998 126.7  168.6  98.7 
Jan-1999 128.9  172.9  99.6 
Feb-1999 133.1  177.7  103.4 
Mar-1999 134  176.6  105.5 
Apr-1999 135.5  175.5  108.8 
May-1999 137.7  177.2  111.3 
Jun-1999 139  175  114.9 
Jul-1999 136.2  179.2  107.6 
Aug-1999 136  176.3  109.2 
Sep-1999 134.2  176.3  106.2 
Oct-1999 130.5  173.9  101.5 
Nov-1999 137  176.8  110.4 
Dec-1999 141.7  181.7  115 
Jan-2000 144.7  183.1  119.1 
Feb-2000 140.8  180.1  114.6 
Mar-2000 137.1  182.5  106.8 
Apr-2000 137.7  179.8  109.7 
May-2000 144.7  183.6  118.7 
Jun-2000 139.2  180.1  111.9 
Jul-2000 143  186.8  113.7 
Aug-2000 140.8  181.3  113.9 
Sep-2000 142.5  182.5  115.9 
Oct-2000 135.8  176.8  108.4 
Nov-2000 132.6  179.7  101.2 
Dec-2000 128.6  176.1  96.9 
Jan-2001 115.7  170.4  79.3 
Feb-2001 109.2  167.1  70.7 
Mar-2001 116.9  167.5  83.1 
Apr-2001 109.9  156  79.1 
May-2001 116.1  159.6  87.1 
Jun-2001 118.9  156.8  93.5 
Jul-2001 116.3  151.3  92.9 
Aug-2001 114  144.5  93.7 
Sep-2001 97  125.4  78.1 
Oct-2001 85.3  107.2  70.7 
Nov-2001 84.9  96.2  77.3 
Dec-2001 94.6  97.8  92.4 
Jan-2002 97.8  98.1  97.6 
Feb-2002 95  96.4  94 
Mar-2002 110.7  111.5  110.2 
Apr-2002 108.5  106.8  109.6 
May-2002 110.3  111.2  109.7 
Jun-2002 106.3  104.9  107.2 
Jul-2002 97.4  99.4  96.1 
Aug-2002 94.5  93.1  95.5 
Sep-2002 93.7  88.5  97.2 
Oct-2002 79.6  77.2  81.1 
Nov-2002 84.9  78.3  89.3 
Dec-2002 80.7  69.6  88.1 
Jan-2003 78.8  75.3  81.1 
Feb-2003 64.8  63.5  65.7 
Mar-2003 61.4  61.4  61.4 
Apr-2003 81  75.2  84.8 
May-2003 83.6  67.3  94.5 
Jun-2003 83.5  64.2  96.4 
Jul-2003 77  63  86.3 
Aug-2003 81.7  62  94.9 
Sep-2003 77  59.7  88.5 
Oct-2003 81.7  67  91.5 
Nov-2003 92.5  81  100.1 
Dec-2003 94.8  76  107.4 
Jan-2004 97.7  86.1  105.3 
Feb-2004 88.5  83.3  91.9 
Mar-2004 88.5  84.4  91.3 
Apr-2004 93  90.4  94.8 
May-2004 93.1  90.5  94.8 
Jun-2004 102.8  105.9  100.8 
Jul-2004 105.7  106.4  105.3 
Aug-2004 98.7  100.7  97.3 
Sep-2004 96.7  95.3  97.7 
Oct-2004 92.9  94  92.2 
Nov-2004 92.6  96.3  90.2 
Dec-2004 102.7  105.7  100.7 
Jan-2005 105.1  112.1  100.4 
Feb-2005 104.4  116.8  96.1 
Mar-2005 103  117  93.7 
Apr-2005 97.5  113.8  86.7 
May-2005 103.1  117.8  93.4 
Jun-2005 106.2  120.8  96.4 
Jul-2005 103.6  119.3  93.2 
Aug-2005 105.5  123.8  93.3 
Sep-2005 87.5  110.4  72.3