June 27, 2016

Washington, D.C. Economic Survey, June 2016

While Washingtonians are happy with the state of the local economy and quality of life, they feel financially strapped due to the high cost of living in and around the nation’s capital, according to a new survey by Charles Schwab. In a survey of 1,000 residents in the Washington metropolitan area, which includes all of the federal district and parts of Maryland and Virginia, more than half (58 percent) believe the D.C. area economy is in better shape than the overall U.S. economy. But 62 percent of Washingtonians also believe that the D.C. metro area is one of the worst in the country when it comes to cost of living.

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