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Optimism in economic recovery surging amid COVID-19 vaccine rollout, survey finds

A health-care worker holds up a vial of the AstraZeneca vaccine at a COVID-19 vaccination clinic in Montreal in March 2021. The Canadian Press/Paul Chiasson

Optimism about the Canadian economy’s ability to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic has rebounded significantly since the spring of last year, according to a longitudinal subscriber survey conducted by The Logic.

Almost three-quarters of respondents said in February that they were optimistic about the economic recovery, an increase of nearly 20 percentage points from April 2020. Forty-three per cent of subscribers said they were “somewhat” optimistic, and 31 per cent were “very” optimistic. The percentage of subscribers who were pessimistic about economic recovery dropped by almost 20 percentage points during the same period.

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