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U.S. Online Search Behavior Mimicks Economy

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comScore has released data revealing search behavior that reflects sentiment about the economy in the United States. Searches for terms like coupons, unemployment and bankruptcy are experiencing triple digit growth.

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The younger you are and the less you make, the more likely you are to conduct such searches:

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