The percentage of New Hampshire adults who say they are better off financially than a year ago and anticipate being better off in a year are at or near all-time highs. More than two-thirds foresee good times in the next 12 months in the state economy. However, deep partisan differences remain: Republicans and Independents are much more optimistic than Democrats, who are more pessimistic about the long-term national outlook than during the Great Recession.
UNH Survey Center
Survey Center, UNH, "Record Optimism About Personal Finances Among NH Residents But Deep Partisan Differences Remain 8/27/18" (2018). All UNH Survey Center Polls. 1.