A greater number of Americans believe that their personal finances and the economy are in better shape than they were a year ago, according to a new survey from a unit of JPMorgan Chase (JPM).

Roughly 64% think that the economy is either stable or has already bottomed out and is getting better, compared with only 33% last year. Additionally, 65% of consumers believe that their personal finances have already bottomed out and are either constant or about to get better. This was up from 56% last year.

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