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Economic growth?

Synch

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anyone have the data comparing our current economic growth with that of the Clinto administration?
 

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Economic growth can be defined in several ways. Are you looking for data on GDP, which is the broadest measure of economic activity? If so, go to the BEA and you'll lots and lots of stats, including this chart:

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Synch said:
anyone have the data comparing our current economic growth with that of the Clinto administration?


1993 5.0
1994 6.2
1995 4.6
1996 5.7
1997 6.2
1998 5.3
1999 6.0
2000 5.9
2001 3.2
2002 3.4
2003 4.8
2004 7.0
2005 6.4

http://www.bea.gov/bea/dn/home/gdp.htm
 
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