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These countries are the most optimistic about economic recovery from the pandemic

People in different countries have varying levels of optimism about when they think the economy will bounce back. Image: Unsplash/Ross Sneddon

Sean Fleming

Senior Writer, Formative Content

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this chart shows when people across different countries think their country will recover from the pandemic
39% believe it will take their economy more than three years to recover from the pandemic. Image: World Economic Forum-Ipsos

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this chart shows that when asked who should assume responsibility for leading a country to economic recovery, the answer given most often by respondents was their government
Most people think the government should take responsibility when it comes to the COVID-19 economic recovery. Image: World Economic Forum-Ipsos

this chart shows what people think an economic recovery looks and feels like – the signs that will tell them things are getting better
The strongest sign that people use to interpret that things are getting better is seeing people they know being called back to work or getting a new job. Image: World Economic Forum-Ipsos
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