Voters in Britain have grasped that an economic recovery is under way, but precious few are feeling the benefit, according to a Guardian/ICM poll that shines a spotlight on the anxiety of a nation. A majority of the public (56%) accept that the economic recovery is real, but fewer than one in five voters, just 18%, say their families are benefiting. Full story >>
Uneven: not fairly balanced or equally shared. • U.S. factory jobs have rebounded since the recession, yet we find that uneven growth has created sharp regional disparities.