Stephen Moore: No, Joe, there was no economic boom under Obama

Source: Conservative News - View Original Article
Published: Oct 13, 2020
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54% Conservative


Bias Score Calculation:

This article includes the following sentiments, providing an average bias score of 54% Conservative:

  • 1 negative sentiment for Government Regulation


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94% "That number surged to about 65% rating the economy as good or excellent within a year of Trump's presidency.""
92% "The great Jackie Gleason once said, The past remembers better than it lived.""
88% "A few days after that election, small-business optimism surged by its most considerable amount ever measured, going back many decades.""
83% "Most of the employment growth came in Texas, Oklahoma and North Dakota.""
54% "Family incomes surged to record-high levels in 2017, 2018 and 2019 as deregulation and tax cuts fueled a powerful engine.""
-90% "Under Barack Obama, the economy barely grew 2% -- rather pathetic for a recovery.""
-91% "If we had experienced a Ronald Reagan-style recovery, the GDP would have been $2.5 trillion larger when Obama left office.""
-96% "It now looks like under any scenario, except an airtight sequestering of those over the age of 75, smokers, diabetics and severely overweight people, ..."


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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

54% : Family incomes surged to record-high levels in 2017, 2018 and 2019 as deregulation and tax cuts fueled a powerful engine.
94% : But now we are being told a fairy tale that the Obama economy was booming and Biden miraculously fixed it and Trump "blew it."
94% : That number surged to about 65% rating the economy as "good" or "excellent" within a year of Trump's presidency.
92% : The great Jackie Gleason once said, "The past remembers better than it lived."
88% : A few days after that election, small-business optimism surged by its most considerable amount ever measured, going back many decades.
83% : Most of the employment growth came in Texas, Oklahoma and North Dakota.
10% : Under Barack Obama, the economy barely grew 2% -- rather pathetic for a "recovery."
9% : If we had experienced a Ronald Reagan-style recovery, the GDP would have been $2.5 trillion larger when Obama left office.
4% : If the Obama recovery had been as rapid as the average recovery, we would have had at least $1 trillion more GDP by 2016.
4% : " Most of the rest rated the economy "fair" or "poor."
4% : It now looks like under any scenario, except an airtight sequestering of those over the age of 75, smokers, diabetics and severely overweight people, we would have seen the same or worse results.

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