Tim Kane at the Kauffman Foundation is out with his latest survey of economics bloggers (full disclosure: I am both an adviser to the survey and a participant in it).
My favorite feature is a word cloud of adjective that respondents offered to an open-ended question about the U.S. economy:
Uncertainty still reigns (as it should), but “recovering”, “improving”, and “growing” now hold some prime real estate. As do “fragile” and “precarious.”
In last quarter’s survey, “uncertain” was even larger, with “weak” and “sluggish” close behind: