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Poll: Most Americans pessimistic about country's future

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At the dawn of the New Year, almost two-thirds of Americans are pessimistic about the overall direction of the country, with 70 percent saying they lack confidence in the federal government to improve things in 2014, a new poll shows. The Associated Press-GfK survey found that 63 percent of respondents believe the country is heading the wrong way, while 35 percent said it's heading in the right...

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