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Got any ideas how to solve this? It's very frustrating since it used to work fine. Many thanks! A: I solved the issue by downloading the Uud 1945 patch from the Microsoft website. I had to run the patch file "uud_1945_patch_file_2_3_1_patch.exe" directly from the folder where it was downloaded from. I'm still not sure why, but it worked for me. Thanks to all who commented on this issue! By Dan Gallagher, Media Relations Manager Research shows that the U.S. economy is doing well, but there is a troubling gap between perceptions of what is happening and the actual conditions in the U.S. economy. That’s according to a new survey by Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, which also found that 69 percent of Americans believe the economy is either in good or excellent shape. The survey was conducted in February among 1,127 adults by NORC and the AP. “In this environment where there is some good news, it’s important to distinguish between what the data says and what we feel or sense,” said Doug Miller, chief research psychologist at the NORC Center. “In general, Americans sense a very favorable economy, but the data don’t necessarily back that up.” For example, Americans are more optimistic about the economy than about the nation’s political climate, employment and the state of the economy, according to the survey. The survey also found that Americans are optimistic about the economy, with 60 percent of respondents saying the economy will be in good shape at the end of the year, compared to only 45 percent who said it will be in excellent shape and 23 percent who said it will be in good shape. The survey found that only one-third of respondents think the federal government is doing a good job of managing the economy. And only 28 percent said the government has an impact on the economy, compared to 64 percent who said the government has an impact on their personal lives. Forty-three percent of Americans said they do not expect an improvement in the economy in the next year, and 36 percent said it will stay the same. The survey also found Americans divided over whether they feel safe in their neighborhoods and their homes, with just over half saying they do and the rest saying they do not. Although the survey results ac619d1d87

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