American's Daily Spending Down in September

A recent report from Gallup Economy says that American's self-reported daily spending has dropped from $95 in August to $84 in September, a decline of about 12 percentage points and the lowest point since February. The daily spending for August was the highest spending level of any month in five years. The September daily spending level is the highest September spending level since 2008. The report is based on the Gallup Daily tracking survey of a randomly selected and nationally representative sample of 15,346 Americans by landline and cell phones from September 1 through September 30, 2013. 

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