1. The Economist compared changes across eight economic indicators to analyze the performance of second presidential terms since 1901. Findings? Only three of the eleven presidents had better second terms and in every term, seven out of eight economic indicators deteriorated.
Even with those odds, we’re still hopeful for the next four years. 

    The Economist compared changes across eight economic indicators to analyze the performance of second presidential terms since 1901. Findings? Only three of the eleven presidents had better second terms and in every term, seven out of eight economic indicators deteriorated.

    Even with those odds, we’re still hopeful for the next four years. 

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