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COLUMBUS, Ohio — When it comes to who has the most concerns about the nation’s current economic condition, women are more pessimistic than men.

According to its June Consumer Intentions & Actions survey from BIGresearch, a market intelligence firm, women are least confident in the economy over the next six months followed by consumers with incomes below $50,000. Men are most confident, the survey found. A little over 32% of all women respondents plan on decreasing spending over the next three months and 32.9% of consumers with incomes over $50,000 said the same.

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