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Consumer confidence is slowly rebounding

More Gen Z consumers worry about public health than the economy or their own health.

Line chart showing consumer confidence from 2017-2020. See Image description for more.
Line chart showing consumer confidence in the present situation ranging from 130 in January 2017 to a peak of 176 in August of 2019, then plunging to a low of 68 in May 2020 and rebounding slightly to 86 in June 2020, while future expectations ranged from 99 in January 2017 to 77 in March 2020 and strengthening to the current level of 106.
Line chart for expectations of business conditions in the next 6 months. See Image description for more.

Source: Conference Board

Line chart for expectations of business conditions in the next 6 months, with 22% of respondents saying they will get better in January 2017 compared with 43% in June 2020, while 11% said they would get worse in January 2017 compared with 15% in June 2020.
Bar chart showing consumers' concerns in light of the coronavirus outbreak. See Image description for more.
Bar chart showing the percent of people who are concerned in light of the coronavirus outbreak about their family (73%), national health (73%), the economy (71%), their friends (67%), education (63%), their own physical health (61%), their finances (59%), career prospects (55%), and national security at the bottom (with 53%).