Guam - And the survey says...people most people believe their economic situation hasn't changed over the last year, which was one of several findings of a Consumer Confidence Survey conducted by the UOG Pacific Center for Economic Initiatives. A total of 174 people took part in the survey conducted between November and December last year.
Most people felt optimistic about their economic future in the next 12 months, likewise they were also upbeat about Guam's economic future in the upcoming year.
As for how people felt after tax refunds were distributed, responses seemed to be more positive and less negative than those received before the tax refunds were distributed.
Another survey will be conducted in November.