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Wealthy Americans have grown more optimistic about the economy in the last six months, according to an April survey, conducted by mail by the Pinecrest, Fla.-based market research firm American Affluence Research Center. The center's survey of 376 adults in the top 10 percent of the wealthiest U.S. households average net worth $2.7 million shows that almost half (49 percent) say they are better off

Wealthy Americans have grown more optimistic about the economy in the last six months, according to an April survey, conducted by mail by the Pinecrest, Fla.-based market research firm American Affluence Research Center.

The center's survey of 376 adults in the top 10 percent of the wealthiest U.S. households — average net worth $2.7 million — shows that almost half (49 percent) say they are better off now than they were two years ago. Only one in three (32 percent) said the same last

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