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How the economy looks depends on where you’re standing. Find out why — and to whom — these local differences matter most.

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What Drives Local Economic Confidence

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Partisanship plays only a supporting role in local economic confidence. Both Republicans and Democrats tend to rate economic conditions higher in blue metros than in red metros.


Competitive Congressional Districts: An Economic Snapshot

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Overall, the US economy is humming. To dive deeper, we analyzed economic changes at the Congressional district level.


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US Cities Where Salaries Go Furthest: 2018

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Money isn't everything. Local markets with the highest adjusted salaries tend to have higher unemployment and weaker future job prospects.


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The Tight Labor Markets People Aren’t Moving To

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Metros with lower unemployment rates tend to attract more workers—unless those markets have high housing costs or uncertain future job prospects.


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The Jobs Priced out of Expensive Metros

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Construction, logistics, and call-center jobs are missing from expensive metros. But pricey metros have more than their share of tech, science, and high-end service jobs.