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New survey reveals sudden downturn in consumer confidence

The fragile nature of consumer confidence is clearly illustrated in the latest stage of the Behaviour and Attitudes consumer confidence tracker.

1st October, 2005

The fragile nature of consumer confidence is clearly illustrated in the latest stage of the Behaviour and Attitudes consumer confidence tracker.

Between July and September there was a significant dent in public confidence. By the early weeks of September, 38 per cent of people were feeling worse off than last year, while 25 per cent felt better off. Looking to the future, public confidence has taken an even bigger knock.

At the beginning of September, 43 per...

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