Obama’s Numbers

May 13, 2016

As we do every three months, we are updating our “Obama’s Numbers” report with fresh statistics reflecting what has happened since the president first took office. Some highlights from this round: 1)The economy continues to gain jobs, but the number of long-term unemployed is nearly double what it was when Obama became president. 2)Wages remain stagnant, increasing a scant 0.3 percent after inflation during Obama’s time. Meanwhile corporate profits are running 178 percent higher than just before he took office, and stock prices have doubled.

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