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FRANKLIN TEMPLETON-GALLUP ECONOMICS OF RECOVERY STUDY

Analyzing the course of economic recovery from COVID-19 in the U.S.

Approach

The new Franklin Templeton-Gallup Economics of Recovery Study is an unprecedented, large-scale research effort that will combine monthly surveys of U.S. adults with big data to capture Americans’ readiness to resume pre-COVID-19 behaviors with the goal of better informing the path to recovery. Our investment teams will also utilize the extensive data set in the construction of their macroeconomic outlook.

Monthly surveys will focus on topics such as consumers’ support for reopening daycares, schools, restaurants, nonessential businesses, as well as statistics on recent visits/orders from restaurants, plane ticket purchases, hotel reservations, etc.

The surveys will be conducted over a six-month period (July-Dec 2020) with a sample size of 35,000 U.S. adults.

Results will be reported at multiple levels, including national, regional, state, and large metropolitan areas. Data will be analyzed by income, race/ethnicity, age, gender, political party, etc.

Findings

Latest Findings


November 19, 2020
Confidence to protect oneself from COVID-19 is strongly linked to public behavior and consumption—a key driver for economic recovery. Confidence remains relatively consistent despite a surge of infections in the U.S.


November 13, 2020
Gallup asked Americans about their willingness to take a COVID-19 vaccine following the Pfizer announcement of one with a 90% efficacy. Are they willing to take it?


November 12, 2020
Investors with advisers are more optimistic about market performance and have more confidence in stock strategy.


November 12, 2020
Americans more likely to maintain or increase holiday spending with stimulus payment.


October 30, 2020
Of the 50% of those who declined to say they would get the vaccine, 36% say at least one of these factors would help change their minds.

Previous Findings


October 8, 2020


October 7, 2020


October 7, 2020


September 9, 2020


September 9, 2020


September 1, 2020


August 6, 2020


August 6, 2020

Franklin Templeton Insights

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