The public's perceptions of economic news remain mixed, but continue to be much more negative than they were earlier this year.
About half of the public (54%) says they are hearing a mix of good and bad news about the economy these days, while 41% say they are hearing mostly bad news.
These views are little changed from July and August. From January through June, however, roughly two-thirds said they were hearing mixed news about the economy while about three-in-ten said the news was mostly bad. The percentage hearing good news has remained very low since late 2008; currently just 3% say they are hearing mostly good news about the economy.
Read the full report, Views of Economic News Little Changed on the Pew Research Center for the People & the Press' Web site.