The latest edition of the Consumer Sentiment Index (CSI) shows that sentiment scores have been rising over the last five years.
But what does that mean for the economy?
The survey is based on a combination of sentiment scores and sentiment analytics, including data from Nielsen, ComScore and Gartner.
This latest survey has a weighted score, meaning the higher a company’s score, the more they are rated as being highly positive.
“I don’t think that’s necessarily what’s going on,” Mr Bower said.
“You could look at a company like Coca-Cola that’s been growing really well over the past five years and its been doing really well.”
But if you look at some of the companies that are growing at a slower pace, the sentiment scores that they’re getting, that’s not necessarily what you would expect to be what you see.
“The CSI was created in 2013 by the Office of the Auditor General, a federal department.
It is designed to identify trends in consumer sentiment, and has been used in the last four elections to gauge consumer sentiment and economic performance.
But despite the recent growth, it has not yet been a predictor of the future.”
“You’re going to find companies that get very low scores, which means they’re doing very well, but the overall sentiment score is not as high.””
This year’s CSI report has been released on Tuesday and it has been downloaded almost 500,000 times.””
You’re going to find companies that get very low scores, which means they’re doing very well, but the overall sentiment score is not as high.”
This year’s CSI report has been released on Tuesday and it has been downloaded almost 500,000 times.
“We think that the average consumer sentiment score has been climbing, but we’re still at an earlier stage of understanding what’s happening,” Mr Raine said.