Thursday, October 7, 2010
Gallup Finds U.S. Unemployment at 10.1% in September
The government always enjoy making conservative economic statements. That is the only time you will see this socialist government being conservative. In the morning, the government will give their September jobs/unemployment figures. We know that 39,000 private sector jobs were loss. Gallup's modeling of the unemployment rate is consistent with Tuesday's ADP report of a decline of 39,000 private-sector jobs, and indicates that the government's national unemployment rate in September will be in the 9.6% to 9.8% range. This is the conservative range we are assuming this government will report because the reality is something we cannot stomach.
Actually, Gallup true model suggest that U.S. Unemployment in September to be at 10.1%. Also, Underemployment, at 18.8%, is up from 18.6% at the end of August.
Surprise! Are you really mad now? Express that when you vote these bums out of office in November.
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