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Maybe money isn’t everything. In the latest installment of the Harris Poll’s annual Feel Good Index, the number of Americans who feel good about the economy was down again (to 39 percent, vs. 47 percent in 2001 and 68 percent in 2000). Nonetheless, the number of people feeling good about “the quality of your life overall” (92 percent) was nearly unchanged from 2001 (94 percent) and 2000 (91 percent).

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