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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The best post war outlook for Washington is a mix of optimism and fear, according to a new horoscope published by the U.S. Post Office.
The Washington Post’s latest post-Apocalypse Outlook, published on Thursday, is based on a survey of nearly 2,000 people who responded to the website.
“There’s a lot of good news in Washington,” said a woman from a New Jersey suburb, who identified herself as a writer.
“It’s getting a lot better but not everything is getting better.”
The Post’s pollsters, who include a former Wall Street Journal reporter and two former editors, found that 70 percent of Washingtonians believe that things will improve for the foreseeable future.
The Post is one of many media organisations that rely heavily on public opinion polls to forecast the future.
The poll, which asks respondents how optimistic they are about the future, is a key component of the Post’s overall Post-Poll survey, which is the most accurate predictor of presidential and congressional elections in the United States.
However, the Post has long been criticized for being too pessimistic.
Its polling on the presidential race, for instance, shows Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump ahead of their party’s nominees in the race to win the White House.
A new poll by the Post showed the pollsters’ optimism rating to be the lowest since 2006, when they conducted a similar poll in 2020.
The survey of 2,012 people, including 1,000 who responded anonymously, found 77 percent of respondents said they were “very optimistic” about the direction of the nation’s economic future.
Another 27 percent said they believed that things would improve for Washington’s residents in the next year or two, and only 8 percent said things would stay the same.
But most Americans were pessimistic about the economic outlook, with just 11 percent saying things would get better in the future and 49 percent saying they were pessimistic.
The poll also showed that nearly two-thirds of Washington’s citizens (64 percent) said the economy was the most important issue facing the country.
More than half (54 percent) of the respondents said the federal government should be more efficient and accountable to the public.
The most pessimistic predictions were made for the state of the health system, with 53 percent of Americans saying it would be worse than it is today.
But the most optimistic predictions about the federal budget were made on healthcare.
Only 31 percent of the public thought that healthcare would be better off in 2021 than it was in 2021, while 59 percent said it would get worse.
Washington is a large city with many of the same demographics as the Post Post’s polling sample.
The city is home to more than 60 million people, and more than 5 million people live in Washington, D.C.
Washington’s population was estimated at about 39 million in 2020, according a Brookings Institution analysis of Census Bureau data.
The city’s unemployment rate stood at 4.5 percent in 2021.