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'Hobbs factor' severely dents consumer confidence

Consumer confidence, perceptions of the national economy and the personal financial expectations of voters have all plummeted in recent months, according to the results of the latest survey by research firm Behaviour and Attitudes.

1st October, 2005

Consumer confidence, perceptions of the national economy and the personal financial expectations of voters have all plummeted in recent months, according to the results of the latest survey by research firm Behaviour and Attitudes.

The same general decline in economic and consumer confidence is evident across a range of indicators. More people are now negative than positive in their perception of the economy. Also, more people believe they are worse off than they were last...

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