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Principal survey: more Americans foresee economic gains in 2013

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Photo credit: Stuart Miles

The percentage of American workers who believe the economy will improve in 2013 has risen by 11 percentage points, according to new research.

Principal Financial Group, Des Moines, Iowa, published this finding in a report, “Principal Financial Well-Being Index: American Workers.”  Conducted by Harris Interactive New York, the report surveyed 1,103 American workers at small and mid-sized businesses with 10 to 1,000 workers, and is part of a series on the financial well-being of Americans released quarterly by the Principal Financial Group.

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