A study looks into fluctuations in the US economy.
According to The Economist, the American economy has grown by an average of 4.4 percentage points under Democratic administrations since Harry Truman. Republican presidents, on the other hand, have only seen growth of 2.5 percentage points.
Taking a detailed look at what drove the American economy since the end of the Second World War, this concise video comes to a surprising conclusion about the truth behind the numbers.
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